Kerry Goodhind has always had a passion and flair for musical performance since her hands graced the keys of her first piano at the tender age of 5. She was heavily encouraged by her parents to listen to all kinds of music resulting in the development of her very eclectic ear. At 14, Kerry gained a full scholarship to attend Trinity College of Music (then located at Bond Street, London). It was here through her classical singing and piano studies that Kerry experimented with styles finding her true powerful singing voice. With rich undertones but an underlying powerful resonance, Kerry's vocal and song writing ability attack a listener’s emotions, finding a connection that leaves a mesmerising mark. It comes as no surprise then that Kerry’s music has been influenced by artists such as Dusty Springfield, Stevie Nicks, Etta James, Barbara Streisand, Enya, Florence and the Machine and London Grammar to name a few.
Over the last year Kerry has made an impact in the South West by performing at festivals such as The Royal Cornwall Show and Port Eliot as well as performing on TV for BBC’s spotlight. She has also made regular live performances and interviews on the BBC Introducing Radio Show in Cornwall with David White.
After the completion of her debut album, Kerry’s current focus is making an impact on the London Music Scene having already kicked it off with a live gig at The Bedford in Balham (a well known famous music haunt for all up and coming artists). She has also started the groundwork for her second album.