About Kim DiVine
Los Angeles, CA
Standing a mere five feet tall, singer/songwriter Kim DiVine boasts a voice that can bring a smile to your face and tears to your eyes with original lyrics delivered straight from the heart.
With a sound that lingers between Ingrid Michaelson, Jewel and Sara Bareilles, DiVine has perfected her musical skills through live performance and the release of three albums, including the most recent, Square One (available on Itunes).
Millions of people across America have heard DiVine's voice featured in several commercials for Jell-O, which hit the airwaves in May of 2010. This summer, she appeared on "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno" during the segment "Meal or No Meal," in which she sang a song - that she learned in grade school - containing the first and last names of all the U.S. Presidents.
Most recently, DiVine performed The National Anthem and God Bless America at an LA Dodgers baseball game and will soon be singing The National Anthem from the floor of Madison Square Garden during a NY Knicks basketball game. Two of DiVine's songs, "Blue Skies" and "Letting Go" were featured in a recent episode of MTV's "The Real World: New Orleans."
A native of Massachussetts, DiVine moved to the west coast in 2004 to pursue her musical career and spent three years immersing herself in the San Diego music scene. While there she was awarded Best Female Singer/Songwriter and Best Female Vocalist in the HAT (Honoring Acoustic Talent) Awards in 2006. Other honors include: Billboard's World Song Contest Top 500 for "Trouble," Indie In-Tune's Singer/Songwriter of the Year, and semi-finalist for Discmaker's International World Series.
DiVine launched "Bedroom Sessions" in 2005, a video blog in which she keeps her fans informed by talking directly to them, experimenting with new songs, and gushing about her dog, Ella. The blog has been featured on the front page of YouTube and has received over 2 million hits.
Upon moving to Los Angeles in 2007, DiVine starred in the music-infused web series, "Kim and Seana," sponsored by Ford Motors, in which the two toured the U.S. She has since been making a name for herself by appearing in a variety of LA's most notable music venues where she performs her original material in a solo acoustic, trio and full band setting.
When not crafting new songs, DiVine enjoys playing the piano, painting, designing jewelry, and hiking in the hills of Los Angeles with her dog.