Kendra and the Bunnies continues to creatively connect with her fans through a variety of endeavors bringing them closer together. Learn more about her here:
Thank you for being with us! Where are you based and where would you say your fan base is?
Hey! Thanks so much for asking me to interview. I am based in Los Angeles, CA. I grew up in Houston, TX and also lived in Denver, CO for two years. Those areas + the East Coast are where a lot of my fan base is located. Also, with the accessibility of the internet, I do have fans in a good number of states. It’s exciting. I love to travel.
What would you never apologize for?
Smiling in any situation. Being very talkative (at times). Watching the same TV shows and movies over again ad infinitum. Being authentic. Writing a lot. Posting a lot on social media.
Who is your HERO and what does a HERO mean to you?
My hero is the White Buffalo Calf Woman. Many years ago, she shared the tradition of the peace pipe with the Lakota tribe and said prophecy of returning peace, when the white buffalo was seen roaming the land. To me, a hero is someone who defies all odds to deliver their message with clarity.
What exotic location would you most like to visit or perform when COVID is finally over?
I think a very out of bounds place to play would be Meow Wolf’s House of Eternal Return. I would love to see their wacky art exhibit and play some psych-rock on the stage.
How do you juggle the day job and the dream career, or are they one and the same?
They are one of the same. I am an artist, writer, and actress. It fills up my entire schedule. As an artist, I am always on the clock. If inspiration strikes, I am ready to put pen to paper, words to songs. I am also a freelance music writer and journalist.