Kimié Miner reconnects with her roots, performing her spirited style of Hawaiian, jazz, and R&B-inspired music in the Bishop Memorial Chapel at her alma mater, the Kamehameha Schools. The singer-songwriter takes us around the dorms where she first developed her musical passions and subsequently, her fanbase. Kimié’s tour adds a personal layer of understanding to her music that often touches on the Hawaiian cultural importance of home.
“Live from My Den” is a digital series available on Variety.com showcasing some of today’s most extraordinary artists performing live from the creative spaces of their homes, studios, and cities most meaningful to them. The special Hawaiian edition showcases Native Hawaiian artists in their celebrated spaces, their connection to the land, and the traditions of Hawaiian music. Read the article and watch Kimiés full episode here.
Kimié Miner reconnects with her roots, performing her spirited style of Hawaiian, jazz, and R&B-inspired music.
Kimié Miner is a Grammy-nominated producer, singer, and songwriter who specializes in Hawaiian music with a contemporary approach. Her discography has received acclaim throughout Hawaii, winning multiple Nā Hōkū Hanohano Awards (premier music awards for the State of Hawai’i) including Contemporary Album of the Year and Song of the Year. As a constant advocate for Hawaiian arts and artists, Kimiė Miner also founded the Haku Collective, a 360-degree boutique music agency and talent production group specifically for Native Hawaiian music.