Kellie is a singer, songwriter, wife and mom. A former widow, Kellie has lived through tragedy and found hope and joy on the other side. Her music draws from real-life stories of beauty, heartache, hope and the celebration of life.
The Thank You Project, a short film featuring Kellie’s story of gratitude after tragedy, has attracted more than 150 million views and has been featured on The TODAY Show, The Huffington Post, and Cosmopolitan among other national and international media outlets.
Kellie has performed in Iraq, Israel, China and across the U.S., - in stadiums for up to 10,000 - in people's homes and everything in between - offering music that engages the soul in all of its beauty and vulnerability. She has sung and spoken alongside Tim Keller, Christine Caine, Marianne Williamson, Andrew Peterson and Lynne Hybels among other respected leaders and musicians.
Kellie released Leave The Light On (featuring Sara Groves) in 2013 and Mandarin Lights (recorded in Mandarin) in 2014. Her work is featured in Together In The Harvest: A Nashville A ROCHA Project and on Sandra McCracken’s Psalms album, which went to No. 1 on iTunes. Wild Love, (2017) offers 12 piano driven songs that blend powerful, energetic pop with highly emotive lyrics, produced by Michael Rossback and features musicians Steve Goold (Sara Bareilles) and John Arndt (The Brilliance).
Now Kellie's newest album, All Shall Be Well, offers a refreshing splash of 25 classic hymns featuring sweet layers of ukulele and vocals. She’s also created a hymn songbook arranged for ukulele and voice as the perfect companion to the album. Grab your ukulele to play and sing right along with the music!
In support of her new record, she is now booking the All Shall Be Well Tour, where Kellie’s goal is to bring refreshing hope to every city she goes. With this album and tour Kellie desires to use her music as a reminder that no matter what life brings, love will have the last word.