“Be the voice you wish to hear on the wind… Listen.”
Kendra Muecke is a singer/songwriter, writer, actress, and published author from Houston, TX based now in Los Angeles, CA. She performs under the stage name “Kendra & the Bunnies”, as a psychedelic folk rock Americana and spoken word artist. Her style heavily utilizes the element of storytelling through song, painting a creative experience for the listener. She has released three albums, charted globally at #8 on the digital radio charts (between Dua Lipa at #7 & Miley Cyrus at #9), published two books, writes for several online music magazines, is SAG-Aftra Eligible, and tours nationally. You can read more about Kendra’s music and writing in publications such as JamBase, Relix Magazine, Live for Live Music, Denver Westword, Houston CityBook, Grateful Web, Getty Images, Shakedown News, The Hollywood Digest, Indie Pulse Music, and more. Kendra has graced many famous stages, including: The Viper Room, House of Blues Anaheim, The Mint LA, Quixote’s True Blue Denver, Molly Malone’s, Music Inn NYC, TRiP Santa Monica, The Resident DTLA, Millennium Music Conference, Hollywood Post 43 American Legion, and more. Thus far, she has played as Kendra & the Bunnies in: California, Colorado, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Texas, Arizona, New York, and counting!
Kendra has also worked under contract with The Orchard (Sony Music Group) for the distribution of her single, “Silent Sleeper”, and in 2020, Kendra signed a non-exclusive sync licensing deal with SoStereo. Kendra’s next album release will be recorded at the infamous Hyde Street Studios in San Francisco with Trent Berry at Dreamrack Studios. The Grateful Dead, CCR, Jefferson Airplane (Kendra’s fav), Tupac & more have recorded at Hyde Street. In May 2021, Kendra & the Bunnies plans to record with producer, songwriter, artist, and Grammy Recording Academy member Justine Blazer at Ten7Teen Studios in Nashville, TN. Featured in Kendra’s current music catalog are notable artists: Evan Hutchings (Drums, Keith Urban), Brian Allen (Bass, Dave Cobb), Tim Galloway (Acoustic Guitar, Chris Janson), Justin Ostrander (Electric Guitar, Sam Hunt), Billy Justineau (Keys, Eric Church), Smith Curry (Pedal Steel, Taylor Swift), Marcus Rezak (Electric Guitar, Shred is Dead, Supernatural Beings), Garret Morris (Drums, Universe Peoples, former The Higgs), Jes Music (Electric Guitar, Jes Music), All Shapes (Production, Nervous Vulpis), Gene Freeman (Production, The Machine Shop ATX), Caleb Fisher (Production, Farmland Studios), Travis Humbert (Editing, Production), Matt Dolan, Untrue Sounds (Producer from Hungary), Lou Molitch (Electric Guitar & Bass), and Justine Blazer (Production, Backup Vox, Ten7Teen Studios).
She likes to volunteer with organizations benefiting community inclusion, addiction/recovery, and arts for children including: Strings For Hope (Nashville), Artists For Trauma (Los Angeles), Camp Winnarainbow (Northern California), Rex Foundation (National), and Smoke-free Music Cities (National). In 2020, following the spirit of transformation, Kendra launched the ‘We Are One Benefit’ via her indie record label and promotions company, ‘New Age Wasteland Productions’. The event raises money and awareness for current causes including ‘NIVA – National Independent Venue Association’, #WeMakeEvents, the NAACP, and more. She also hosts the twice monthly podcast “The Politics of Kendra” and publishes music & writing through her own publishing entity “The Politics of Publishing”. She graduated from Pepperdine University with a BFA in Theatre Arts in 2015, attended the Musicians Institute in the Independent Artists Program (2019), and studied at Vanderbilt University’s Blair School of Music in the Hit Songwriters Series (Spring 2021). Kendra additionally is an initiated healer, sharing her experience through workshops and personal coaching via “The Politics of You: Acting in Dimensional Alignment” which she led at Sonic Bloom Music Festival in 2017 and Spring Frequency 2016. Kendra is passionate about the music festival scene and has worked in production and artist relations for Arise Music Festival 2014, Lightning in a Bottle 2016, and Sonic Bloom Music Festival 2017. Her mission is founded on peaceful collaborative experience and shared understanding.