Winner: Female Singer/Songwriter of the Year: Los Angeles Music Awards
Making her debut in Los Angeles at Genghis Cohen in June of '06 at the BMI showcase, it took Kimberly Faith Jones only five short months to distinguish herself in Hollywood.
On November 9, 2006, Kim won the highly coveted Female Singer/Songwriter at the Music Box Theater. In March of '07, she traveled to Guantanamo Bay, Cuba to entertain the troops with several L.A. based personalities including the Honorary Mayor of Hollywood, Johnny Grant, on his 59th overseas tour - a world record for entertainers.
Kim is a graduate of New York University's Tisch School of the Arts where she graduated with a BFA in Drama.
She is currently living in Hollywood studying Film Making so as to expand her artistic expression.
“Shear raw emotion drips from her vocals, while her songwriting weaves tales full of passion, pain, despair and unadulterated fun. Kimberly offers glimpses into her soul that lead the listener down a path of discovery of their own. The cuts are entertaining and lively, deeply emotional and moving, with a depth that reveals new meaning with each repeated listen.” -Radio personality "Dr. Jeff" of Bristol Broadcasting
" Kimberly Faith Jones' "Product of an Addicted Culture" combines wonderful and addictive arrangements with lyrics which are at the same time, cutting and at times painfully introspective. Jones songs at times, soar with optimism and also, display distinct insight into pain, sometimes at the same time. The songs are wonderfully crafted, and superbly produced and performed. Jones has proven herself a wonderful songstress and vocalist. This is powerful stuff. " -Bluesman Lew Jetton of "61 South"