Kari Meredyth Kimmel is an American singer/songwriter whose style is generally classified as pop with rock, country and R&B influences. Many of her songs have been used in movies and TV shows.
A native of Boca Raton, Florida, Kimmel first sang in public at the age of 12, and wrote her first song at 13. She later moved to Los Angeles to be closer to the film and television industry.
Kimmel’s songs and/or voice have been used in more than 150 movies and TV shows, including Shall We Dance?, The Hills, White Chicks, Greek, The Gilmore Girls, 10 Things I Hate About You, WALL-E, Nights in Rodanthe, The Young and the Restless, Ella Enchanted, Grey's Anatomy, Dreamgirls, The Bold & The Beautiful, Private Practice, Life Unexpected, Pretty Little Liars and Burn Notice.
Kimmel was once listed among the top 50 artists on VH1.com, has performed live on the Adam Carolla Show, the Danny Bonaduce Show, the Conway & Whitman Show, NBC Los Angeles and FOX Primeticket and has performed at Los Angeles Dodgers games, Lakers games, a benefit hosted by Prince Edward of Wales and the Greek Theater, where she closed the show for the 2010 AIDS/ HIV walk in Los Angeles.
Kimmel sang the theme song and performed the music video for the movie Ella Enchanted, seen on Radio Disney and the Ella Enchanted DVD. Her music video Low was used as the promo for the TV show Private Practice, and her music video Trouble has been featured on the Oxygen channel and NBC Los Angeles.
In 2011, Kimmel recorded the title track to the remake of the movie Footloose, with country artist Blake Shelton. Her songs have also been recorded by other top artists including The Backstreet Boys, Ke$ha, Joe Jonas, Demi Lovato and Gloria Gaynor.
Kimmel has released four solo albums: A Life in the Day, Pink Balloon, Out of Focus and Go. She currently lives in Los Angeles.
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