KALI INDIANA ROCKS COUNTRY
Kali Indiana is an outlaw country-rock artist based out of Omaha, Nebraska. Her latest single, "Wild In Me" was recorded in Nashville with Jordan Lake at the Record Shop and is available on all streaming platforms. KI’s next single, "Probably Not" on 3/4/22. This song is a love letter to strong women, - a manifesto for the ladies who just want to be left alone to have a drink. “Probably Not” is new age 9-to-5, I’m just damn pissed off and ready for a change anthem.
If you combined the tone and timbre of Miranda Lambert with the power and growl of Janis Joplin, then set it to outlaw country music, you'd have a good idea of KI’s music. Her high-energy, rock-infused show is unique for female country artists and brings a fresh feminine perspective to a genre filled mostly by men.
Her background is as a classically trained choral vocalist, who then trained with one of the Midwest’s premier blues and operatic vocal teachers for many years. KI started writing her own music in high school, and the first song she wrote took her within only months to playing solo for tens of thousands of spectators at the RCA Dome in Indianapolis, IN. Kali has been hooked ever since. Her personal brand is 70's glam rock meets cowgirl fashion, and Kali loves to ride motorcycles/ATVs and travel. KI also has her law degree and has worked in business settings for the last 10 years. Kali worked full-time in sales while putting herself through law school, all while growing the Kali Indiana brand. She is professional, trustworthy, and an extremely hard worker.
Kali Indiana is Nebraska's top country rock band and brings a true Nashville quality sound to the midwest. Serving Nebraska, Iowa, South Dakota, Colorado, Kansas, Missouri, and beyond.
Kali helped write and record the song "Call Her" along with her husband KC Cameron. That song is on the soundtrack for Red Rocket, a feature film that was nominated for the Palme D'Or at Cannes Film Festival. Kali has also opened for artists from Ashley McBryde to Josh Ward to Kylie Frey to Jon Wolfe and many more.
Kali currently travels with fiddle, lead guitar, rhythm guitar, bass guitar, and drums along with backing vocals. She’s played from California to Texas to Nashville and beyond. Her centralized NE location makes travel to any destination easy.
Kali is in in the midst of her spring 2022 tour and working on a full-length album. The music video for “Probably Not” also launches on 3/4/22.