Southern California singer/songwriter Kirsten Proffit has followed up her TV and music score work with the release of her debut album Lucky Girl (Broken Arrow Records). The songs on Lucky Girl are full of hooks and melodies, in a radio-friendly rock/pop vibe. Her first single “Something I Can’t Be” was used in NBC’s popular prime time show Friday Night Lights, and was also used on recent DVDs for Dawson’s Creek and Felicity. Other songs from the album have already been used on Smallville and One Life to Live, a good indication of how her music has quickly gained an audience.
Proffit won “Best Female Artist” at the Orange County Music Awards, and as well was nominated for “Best Female Live Acoustic performer”. Born in Santa Cruz, CA, Proffit now resides in the Los Angeles area.
Edited by jcase07 on 29 Sep 2009, 19:24
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