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About Kelsy Karter

Singer Kelsy Karter makes vintage-influenced pop and soul with a contemporary twist. Born in New Zealand, Karter was raised in Australia, where she first started playing piano around age six. Growing up, she also studied dance and appeared in theater productions. However, it was listening to her parents' record collection, especially classic girl group and Motown sides, that inspired her to want to sing pop music. After high school, she relocated to Los Angeles to pursue her career, debuting with the 2012 single "The Revolution" and 2013 follow-up, "Ghost Town." In 2015, she released the EP Kiss the Boys. More singles followed, including 2015's "Out of Drugs" and 2018's "Too Many Hearts to Break." ~ Matt Collar