Kimberly Brown was destined to be a singer. For more than 40 years, she has been singing her heart out. As a music lover from a very early age, she was fascinated with all kinds of music. She pressured her parents to buy B. J. Thomas’ record Raindrops Keep Falling On My Head. This was the beginning of a whole new world. Kimberly began singing at her father’s church at the age of seven, and her love has always been Christian/ Gospel “Music that Inspires”.
As a former member of the 3-time, Grammy-Award-Winning group Sounds of Blackness for fifteen years, she toured around the world (Brazil, Switzerland, Japan, Mexico, London etc.). Kimberly has worked with many national artists including: Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis, Stevie Wonder, CeCe Winans, Quincy Jones, Take 6, Fred Hammond, Kenny G., Luther Vandross, Darryl Hall (Hall and Oates), John Cougar Mellencamp, and many others. She works extensively in her local industry as a singer/songwriter, director, vocal coach, speaker, and as Director of Music Ministries at her local church, First Trinity Church of God in Christ in Fridley, MN. She also directs the Fellowship Choir for the Minnesota Second Ecclesiastical Fellowship, Church of God in Christ.
Kimberly describes herself as ordinary, but is actually quite extraordinary. She has won several awards including: Citizenship and
Discipleship awards, Minnesota Jurisdictional Woman of the Year award, First Trinity Church Music Director Award, and an American
Heart Association Volunteer Appreciation Award. Kimberly has a heart for PKs (Pastors’ Kids), as she is one herself. Kimberly is a loving wife and mother, and credits her parents, Overseer and Mrs. Henry Brown,
for her firm foundation and her solid, Christian values. She is very committed to volunteerism, and gives of her time, talent,
and finances to support various charities.