Frisco teen Kendall Bowser gets early start in music industry

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Kendall Bowser is a Frisco native and a 17-year-old high school student at Centennial High School. Last month, her school featured her on their most recent school news program, discussing her most recent music video shot in Nashville. The video is for her song titled “So Simple.” While she works hard to balance music and school, she also makes time for a few extra activities, including shoe shopping.

When did you start singing?

I started singing when I was four years old. I sang a solo in church for our Easter service and after a woman went up to my mom and told her to put me in singing lessons, so she did. I’ve been singing ever since.

 

Do you plan to make this a career path? 

Yes, I absolutely want this to be my career. I love singing and sharing my music with people and hope that I can do this for the rest of my life. Music is a powerful medium. It can affect people in so many intimate ways. It can make people happy. It can make people cry. Relate to one another. Give them hope. Find a way to express themselves. Relax. You name it. I have a chance to touch people’s lives is a wonderful, positive way. To make a positive difference.

 

How do you balance school with your music responsibilities? 

It’s not easy, I’ll say that. I just always have to be on top of my game and make sure I get things done with the time that I have. I have to manage my time well. My school has been really supportive of what I do, which makes everything a lot easier.

 

What has been your favorite experience so far?

 Singing the National Anthem at the Susan G. Komen Race for Cure one year was a really cool experience. It was such a humbling experience being asked to sing the National Anthem in front of 20 thousand plus people gathered together to support those affected by cancer. I’ve also enjoyed being a founding vocalist for a not-for-profit called Find Your Voice. It’s an organization that was founded to bring attention to Human Trafficking, something I want to continue spreading the word about.

 

Where is the most exciting place you have performed? 

The most exciting place I’ve performed would have to be Six Flags. It’s such a great venue and environment, and the people are always great.

 

How long have you lived in Frisco?

 I have lived in Frisco for my entire life, so almost 18 years.

 

If people want to hear your music or by an album, where should they go?

 You can find my music on iTunes, Apple Music and Spotify as well. I have some video’s on YouTube, and I have my own website at

 

Where is your dream vacation spot? 

My dream vacation spot would be anywhere on the beach. I love going to the beach…feeling my feet in the sand and splashing in the water! Can we go now?

 

If you could have coffee with someone famous, who would it be? 

That’s easy. Tori Kelly! She’s awesome and I love the power in her music.

 

If you could have one superpower, what would it be? 

To read people’s minds…I think that would be pretty cool.

 

What is something most people don’t know about you? 

I don’t know. I’m pretty open about things. I guess it could be that I’m kind of shy – which is strange for someone who loves to sing for folks. I also love shoes! Lots and lots of shoes. I can spend hours in a shoe store! Give me call… we can go shopping together – just before we go to the beach!



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