Singer, songwriter, and actress, Kerri Medders hails from Houston, Texas and this native lives up to her reputation as a hard working, intelligent, and creative young woman on a mission to have her work and voice heard through multiple facets. With acting experience in TV, Film and commercials,  performing experience in venues spread half way across the country, and a desire to give back to charity, Medders truly has a focus in achieving greatness.

Medders has performed in venues all around the US while currently residing in Los Angeles. She has shared her voice at local venues such as; The House of Blues, The Rose Bowl, Magic Mountain, Venice Beach, Holiday in the Park at Six Flags, LAPD Children’s Day, and Reliant Park to name a few. Next up in the spring of 2017, Medders will be opening for The Plain White T’s on The High School Nation Tour. She has guest starred on hit shows such as Gamers Guide To Pretty Much Everything on Disney XD and Mystery Girls on ABC Family, now called Freeform. Most recently, she has a show with CBS that is currently in production.

Medders’ energetic, loveable, and expressive personality shines through her music and captures the attention of her audience time and time again. In 2016, she released two singles, “Don’t Give In” and “Fall Away”. In 2015 she released her EP ETCHED, which included a compilation of self-written and produced songs available on ITunes, Spotify, and Vevo among other national digital retailers. In addition, Medders has released 3 music videos from her EP featured on Cambio, Just Jared Jr., Popmania, Total Girl, Popstar, Twist and more. Medders music has been seen and heard on MTV, Virgin Airlines, AXS TV, and Dash Radio to name a few.

Most recently, Medders released her latest single ‘WHO R YOU?’ along with her EP LOT 17 on April 17th.

Let’s not forget about Medders’ Texas sized heart. She supports charities such as Lights Camera Cure and their “Hollywood Dance Marathon,” raising money for pediatric cancer, JDRF (Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation) and their “Walk to Cure Diabetes,” and the Ronald McDonald House and their “Walk for Kids.”