top of page

K.Avett (pronounced "Kay-uh-vet"), a talented recording artist, songwriter, and Registered Nurse, is renowned for her authentic and beautiful Soul/R&B/Jazz sound. Her diverse musical influences have garnered a dedicated indie fan base worldwide. Her most notable song, "The Matter (What are we here for?)," hit the indie scene by storm in 2018. This work earned her the Indie Soul Grammy Award from Soul Cafe Radio, recognizing her exceptional talent.

Her growing career is highlighted by two significant albums, with her second album, "Lioness," showcasing her development as a songwriter and producer. This collaborative effort with Ty Macklin and Jordache V. Grant gained considerable acclaim, featuring on the National Billboard R&B Albums Top 100 and topping several UK Soul Charts. It also brought her nominations for best album and best female vocalist from Soultracks.

K.Avett has a strong local presence, having performed with the Signature Band and the Top Band. She has appeared at the Capital Jazz Festival in Maryland and has opened for international artists like Corrine Bailey Rae, Glenn Lewis, B.Slade, After 7, and others. Additionally, her music has been featured in various indie movies and films, including "Her Eyez" with her song "Take It Slow" and on the "Carter High" soundtrack from her debut album "Revelations."

During the Coronavirus pandemic, K.Avett committed her time to nursing, traveling across states to aid in the national crisis. Now refocused on music, she is working on an upcoming EP. With a philosophy centered on the "healing power of music," K.Avett looks forward to performing throughout the next year and sharing new material with her fans.

bottom of page