Kenzie Nimmo

Kenzie NimmoKenzie Nimmo is a 25-year-old (26 November 1991) singer-songwriter who is well known for her cover songs, which she posts on her popular YouTube channel where she has covered artists like Taylor Swift and Justin Timberlake. Her genre is Folk. She released the viral video “Cool Kids” when she had only 1,900 followers. As of late June 2017, her YouTube videos have garnered more than 21 million views with over 314,000 subscribers.

She was previously popular on the 6-second video app Vine and was nominated for iHeartRadio Much Music Video Awards for Fan Fave Vine Musician and the Shorty Award for Best Vine Musician. She started Vining at the suggestion from her younger sister who saw a handful of musicians become well known on the app.

Kenzie was born in Boston, Massachusetts and raised in Bedford, New Hampshire with her siblings Cole, Savannah, Ali, and Kath. Music has always been an integral part of her life. She grew up participating in musical theater and many other musical activities. She studied music at Brigham Young University (BYU). It was there that she met Harris Heller, a fellow music student, and the two started collaborating on original songs and YouTube videos. They were married a year and a half after meeting and started a music business together.

The music covers that Kenzie and Harris create include their own special spin to match their unique styles. Some of their music consists of upbeat songs, while others are slower love songs. Some of their covers include Ed Sheeran’s “Lego House,” Ellie Goulding’s “I Need Your Love,” Paramore’s “Ain’t It Fun,” “Hate to See your Heart Break,” and Bastille’s “Bad Blood.”

Kenzie Nimmo is a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. She married Harris Heller on 11 October 2013. Her music is also available on SoundCloud and iTunes.

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