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Powerful. Emotive. Vulnerable. These are but a few words describing singer/songwriter Erin Kirby, a pop/soul artist from Atlanta under the development of Grammy-nominated producer and vocal coach, "Mama Jan" Smith. Since the age of 9, Erin has been performing at numerous shows, events, galas, and
festivals. As an actress, she has appeared in multiple film and television shows like "Soy Campeon" and "Kim of Queens," and has shared the stage with national artists such as Kellie Pickler.
Most recently, she performed on Fox's "Showtime at the Apollo," at the 2018 Atlanta Mayoral Inauguration, John Maxwell's 2018 International Certification Convention, and was named Jezebel magazine's 2018 "Best Local Singer/Songwriter."
She is influenced by old school music like James Brown and Aretha Franklin, as well as current artists such as Adele, Jessie J, and Sam Smith. This rising artist just released the single, "Boomerang," written/produced by Adam Spark, Jordan Phillips and Jillian Steele, and is planning more music soon. In the meantime, she's been contributing to other artist projects such as The Band of Brothas.
As an actress, she has appeared in multiple film and television shows like "Soy Campeon" and "Kim of Queens," and has shared the stage with national artists such as Kellie Pickler.
Erin loves to giving back to the community and supports many charities including Relay For Life, Youth Empowerment, Children's Miracle Network, Jamaica Project, Girl Talk and many other national causes. She is an ambassador for Red Beret Society and recently toured with Bullies Reality Foundation.