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Charting #1 on ReverbNation's National Holiday Charts for the Christmas CD, "O Come All Ye Faithful", Singer/Songwriter, Kimberlee M. Leber, launches her highly anticipated fourth solo album entitled, "Pledge My Heart".

Focusing her energies on her solo career again after recording and touring with Breath Spirit & Life in support of the album, "Flame-On", produced by 9-Time Grammy Award Winning Producer/Engineer, Gilbert Velasquez, Kimberlee was inspired to explore a side of herself in the studio that she had yet discovered.

She shares, "For many years, I had the opportunity to work with different musicians, engineers, and producers, and I was absorbing all of this wonderful information. By the grace of God, it all started to show! It has been an exciting process to experience this in the studio lately, as I get to wear all of these different hats myself. I am ever so grateful to be able to do this now!"

Credited with production, arrangement, and engineering, while also performing all vocals and instrumentation, "Pledge My Heart", showcases what could be some of Kimberlee's best written music to date, as she presents an honest delivery of wisdom enveloped in flavorful melodies and rhythms that feed your spirit.

Once again, Kimberlee has partnered with West Coast Songwriter's Award Winning Songwriter, Suzie Daines, for some of the material on the new release. The musical team has penned two well-crafted compositions, "Polati Hill" and "America's Closed", the latter of which also includes the writing talents of Keith Greeninger, winner of the prestigious Kerrville and Telluride songwriting competitions.

Offering musical medicine for the soul, "Pledge My Heart", provides timeless music with a timeless message for all generations. As entertaining as it is healing, the listener can be drawn into the enlightening words and soothing, yet soaring vocal expressions of Kimberlee. Her acoustic driven guitar serves as a continual presence throughout the entire album with occasional electric swells on her Telecaster to add color and dimension. And an adoration for the Hammond B-3 organ can be easily noted, alongside the bluesy piano, favored pronounced percussive sounds, and other featured stringed instruments.

Out of all her albums, "Pledge My Heart", captures Kimberlee in a place of spiritual maturity unlike the others. The new release culminates the journey Kimberlee M. Leber has traveled, enabling her to shine like never before in her solo career. Sharing many of the Biblical principles and nuggets learned, she truly believes this new album is more than music - it's a spiritual tool that has the power to change lives.

If one were to rewind back to Kimberlee's musical beginnings, however, its origin would be traced to shortly after she was born. Her mother was known for comforting the child with the sounds of her singing voice. And almost nightly, Kimberlee learned the language of music during those precious moments. For many years, this routinely occurred at bedtime, undoubtedly shaping Kimberlee more than her mother realized.

As a result, Kimberlee understood that music was a unique language. She witnessed its ability to aid the troubled heart. By the time she was eight, Kimberlee knew she was going to become a singer when she grew up. Reflecting on her youth, Kimberlee recalls telling her Mom this deep knowingness about her future. Through music, she believed that one day she would be able to help thousands upon thousands of suffering people in the world.

Taking her vision seriously, at age twelve, Kimberlee began guitar lessons to accompany her burgeoning voice as a singer. Her mother’s persistent support, coupled with her stepfather's financial generosity, brought about the opportunity to be mentored under the wing of Phil St. Pierre (he had worked in Los Angeles with the legendary Louis Armstrong). As Kimberlee grew more confident with her instrument, the pre-teen began performing for family and friends. For nearly three years, she trained with St. Pierre, learning basic music theory and dozens of songs. Over time, she developed a solid repertoire and started entertaining large audiences with him.

When Kimberlee was fifteen, she was accepted into Judy Davis’ highly acclaimed vocal studio in California. She studied under the world renowned Vocal Coach, who had trained industry acts, Judy Garland, Frank Sinatra, Barbra Streisand, Grace Slick and Mickey Thomas of Jefferson Starship, The Grateful Dead, Steve Perry of Journey, Eddie Money, En Vogue, and a host of others.

People Magazine wrote of Davis, “A blunt, feisty singing coach with a waiting list of 600 protégés, she boasts of former clients that reads like a pop Hall of Fame…Streisand says that when she sought out Judy, “I was like a paralyzed person, having to relearn to walk”…“I’m a vocal plumber,” Davis says. “I fix the pipes, that’s all.”

Davis typically didn’t accept students unless they were at least eighteen years of age. Nevertheless, she made an exception with Kimberlee because her voice was especially mature. Kimberlee would find herself with Davis for nearly nine years, building one of the strongest vocal foundations possible to help launch her music career as an adult.

Embracing multiple genres of music from Country, Rock, Folk, Blues, Gospel, Jazz, and R&B, Kimberlee intuitively began combining the musical styles, creating a sound of her own. As she matured creatively, she pursued songwriting wholeheartedly and discovered it to be a powerful medium for communication.

Understanding that music is a universal expression that crosses cultures and ethnicities, able to soothe the pain we have caused one another, Kimberlee has come to believe her musical talent is a privilege held with great responsibility. Words have value, she acknowledges, and are more than sound – they are spirit. Therefore, words should be chosen wisely. And there are no greater words than the Biblical words of God. Kimberlee is committed to writing and recording songs that plant seeds for a better world, thereby helping to heal the human race.

Blessed in her career to have performed for the United States Olympics, the national anthem at major professional sporting events with audiences as large as 40,000, national and international political events, also to have won first place in a Nashville Talent Competition, received a nomination for Best Artist Out of County for the Orange County Music Awards in the Greater L.A. Area, appeared on major television networks (FOX, NBC, ABC, CBS), received national radio airplay, participated in different benefit concerts with artists such as, Pete Escovedo, performed at the largest Martin Luther King Jr. March in the U.S. with an attendance of 100,000 (filmed and archived at the White House), shared the stage with Michael McDonald, Kool & The Gang, Big Bad Voodoo Daddy, Luther Tucker, Keith Urban, Martha Munizzi, performed and/or recorded with Eddie Caipo (Engineer for No Doubt, Santana’s Karl Perazzo, Deftones), Bryant Mills (Drummer for the late John Lee Hooker, Maria Maldaur, Charlie Musselwhite, Boz Skaggs, Michelle Schocked), Terry Carleton (Session Drummer for the late Kevin Gilbert who began Tuesday Night Music Club with Sheryl Crow), Al Berry (Sony Records Recording Artist and former Session Bassist for B.B. King, the late Stevie Ray Vaughan, Ric Ocasek), J.R. Johnston (Bassist for Cream of Wee Gee, Produced by Eric Valentine of Smashmouth, Nickel Creek), Gabriel Falcon (Drummer for Ricky Martin Productions), Alberto Albis (Bassist for Coolio, Vanessa Carlton), James Fenner (Percussionist for Christopher Cross), AL Gomez (Guitarist for Willie Nelson, Neville Brothers), Rich Spremich (Drummer for Malo, Jorge and Carlos Santana), performed at world-renowned Biblical Author/Preacher John Hagee's Cornerstone Church, performed at Randy Phillip's (of Phillips, Craig and Dean Christian Music Group) PromiseLand Church, and many others, Kimberlee has experienced a diverse musical profession and ministry.

With her debut EP, “Learning How to Love”, Kimberlee toured nationally and received favorable reviews. Catching the interest of former Capitol Records Recording Artist /Producer, Paul Laurence, she recorded her second album, “What am I gonna do?”. Venturing into a different direction in 2011, she plunged into the Latin market, collaborating with Breath Spirit & Life, singing in Spanish for the first time.

Although these milestones have been intrinsically filling, Kimberlee finds her greatest fulfillment in knowing she is helping this hurting world with her God-given talents. As we have all heard since childhood, “a spoon full of sugar helps the medicine go down in the most delightful way.” And music can be just that – sweet medicine for the soul.

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