Kelsey Mira was 13 years old when her Mom asked her to sing for the TV repair man. He became a fan and invited the whole family to his recording studio. “We didn’t know he was a musician, or better yet, a seasoned engineer,” says Kelsey. “It was the perfect chance of luck. Unbeknownst to me, I would spend years recording and writing in his studio, making me the artist I am today.”

Through the years, Jack’s studio became her second home. “I spent so much time there that I started running sessions myself,” says Kelsey. “Jack gave me a creative space to write and record my own music; he inspired me to keep growing and learning as an artist.”

Kelsey Mira began writing music when she was very young, for a very unusual reason. Due to swelling of the brain caused by a bout of bacterial meningitis at age 7, Kelsey suffered short-term memory loss which left her frequently unable to remember her teacher’s name, her bus stop, or what she did in school that day...

My Music



Moonlight Everlasting

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Ave Maria

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Winter Paradise

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Don’t Stop Now EP

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Upcoming Shows


Single from Upcoming Album – Coming Soon

April 26, 2017
I will be releasing a single from my upcoming 2017 Album soon! Stay tuned!

“Halloween Every Day” – Another Halloween Treat

October 26, 2012
Last Halloween I got to thinking about all of the real monsters in the world. They wear masks every day of the year. “They hide what’s inside, the darkness behind their eyes.” “Halloween Every Day” begins as paranoia, slowly unlocking...

“Winter Paradise” – collaboration with Fool’s Chaos

October 15, 2012
I am very excited to post a new collaboration I have been working on with Fool’s Chaos. Fool’s Chaos is electro dance rock music with funky slap bass. Though primarily a professional bassist he is also a multi-instrumentalist that uses different musical tools...

“Zombie” – A Halloween Surprise

October 3, 2012
For as long as I can remember, Halloween has been my favorite holiday. I love when the air cools and there is a smell of spice in the air. I love watching all the classic horror movies!I am putting out...

“Don’t Stop Now”

August 3, 2012
Don’t stop until you make it to the top? No; the bottom. Why? Because once you get to the lowest point possible, there is nowhere to go but up. When I wrote “Don’t Stop Now” I imagined a storm. It...