Welcome to my website! My name is Kelsey Lewis and I am a 21 yr old singer /songwriter from Dallas/Fort Worth. I have been coined with the title of “Vintage Futuristic,” when describing my style and sound. I love the art of taking the new and infusing it with the old.
I just released my newest single "So In Love With You", which I hope you add to your Spotify, Apple Music, Google Play and Itunes!
I wrote "So In Love With You" based on the cliches of love and was hoping to get to record it. As fate would have it, I was blessed to be the Grand Champion of 2016 DFW Icon, which afforded me the opportunity to go to LA and record the song with Jonathan George of JG Entertainment. Since going to LA, things have been moving quickly. Please take a second to watch the lyric video!
Also this year, I won the 2016 Belk Southern Musician Showcase, which means I will be touring throughout the fall with my band. So check out the tour dates and please come see me if I am in a city near you.
A little bit of history on me... Like so many singers, I have been singing and performing since I was 6 years old. When I turned 13, I truly discovered my love and passion for songwriting. Since then, I have written a volume of different songs ranging from love, life, and the lessons learned along the way.
In December of 2012, I left for Nashville to record my debut album "Beautiful View" with 2V Productions, which is made up of producers Richie Biggs (The Civil Wars, Amy Grant, George Strait, etc.) & Mark Hill (bassist for Reba McEntire and previous band manager for Keith Urban). There are 10 songs on the album. I penned 8 of the songs and one I co-wrote with Mark Hill and then we did a 1950’s cover of the classic Perry Como hit, “Catch a Falling Star.” One critic said "Beautiful View is an album that has to be savored in its entirety, because it is meant to delight and fill the listener with felicity, through lyrical storytelling by the singer.” The album is avail on iTunes, Spotify, Apple Music, Google Play, etc.
I am inspired by artists such as The Civil Wars, Joy Williams, Adele, Sara Bareilles, Jason Mraz, Colbie Caillat, Kimbra, Taylor Swift, Norah Jones, Regina Spektor, Etta James, and Patsy Cline, just to name a few. The range of personality and character in each of my songs can most definitely be traced back to some of the artists listed above.
I really hope that in some way or form that through my stories you will be able to connect with your life experiences. That’s the beauty about music….it’s a language of it’s own.