“Music gives a soul to the universe, wings to the mind, flight to the imagination, and life to everything.”
Singer/Songwriter, Kimberly Gunn, joins the ranks alongside some of the top indie artists in the Southeast. Her brand, Kimberly Gunn, has grown to include a variety of arts such as The Love & Soul Experience, The Love & Soul Family Festival, and The Love Again Initiative.
Over the years, she has continued to invest into her development as a singer/songwriter. In 2011, she received a Master's Degree in Music with a concentration in Leadership at Liberty University. She's also been on regional and national platforms such as Stellar Award Show and Pre-Show 2012-2013, 100 Black Men of Savannah Gala 2016, Savannah's Music Festival 2017, The Love & Soul Family Fest 2018-2023, Arts on the River 2020, and many more. Through these opportunities and platforms, Kimberly have received several awards including 2013 Music Leaders that Rock Award, 2014 Let's Talk Radio Gospel in the Park Award, 2022 K-Sound Impact Inspiring Leader Award and the 2022 Don't Drop the Mic Award.
Her 2010 debut EP, “Desires” sold over 500 copies during the first week and her single “Hold On” from the 2010 “Desires” project broke into the top 20 of gospel songs played in the Southeastern United States in October 2012. The Desires' single has been included on several compliation albums and played internationally on digital media outlets.
As an “EduTainer”, Kimberly continues to use music/creative arts as a vehicle to educate and inspire others. Her latest soul music single, Clap for Me, is a soultry inspirational anthem that debut in the Top 20 on UK's Soul Chart and number 1 on the Praise Party Countdown for four weeks in a row. Specializing in soul, contemporary jazz, and Contemporary Christian/Gospel music, Kimberly is on a mission to help others discover their purpose through music.
Kimberly serves the Body of Christ alongside her husband, Pastor Matthew Gunn at Hosanna Church in Savannah, Ga where she serves as the Worship Leader. They have been married for more than 15 years. Kimberly is also a mental health advocate and an educator for over 15 years. Her motto is, "Love God, love life, love your purpose."