Kamber is a Nashville-based independent artist born and raised in central Florida. Though classically trained in piano and voice, her artistic influence stems from an array of passionately poetic storytellers--Tori Amos, Imogen Heap, Kurt Cobain, Kate Bush, Chris Cornell and more. She holds both her classical upbringing and alternative awakening dear, as evidenced in every inch of her craft. Like those who came before, Kamber can't be pinned into one genre and prefers varied creative outlets—producing her original music, working on collaborative projects, teaching piano, and playing out with or without her band, Raviner. Kamber’s solo cinematic compositions are birthed out of a cathartically confessional place as she moves from raw melancholy to visceral to ambient hopeful. A Nashville resident since 2013, Kamber’s made herself heard releasing a pair of EPs and several singles through both band and solo projects. 2018 brought nominations for Kamber’s solo work as well as her band. Unsigned Only Competition named “Summer Concrete” (2016) a finalist, while Raviner was considered a 2018 NIMA Nashville Industry Music Awards "Best Hard Rock + Metal Band" Nominee.
Today, you can find Kamber penning music for both herself and her band, teaching students in the studio, playing gigs with local artists, building her team of fellow creatives and planning upcoming touring opportunities.
For more on Kamber and where to see her next, visit: Kambermusic.com and Raviner.com
--- written by Heather J. Murray