Kerr Griffin

Kerr Griffin is an Americana crooner, DIY musician, transgender man and veteran of the Boston area cover band scene. After developing a chronic allergy to sequins and “Superfreak”, he decided to strike out on his own writing and performing the lyrically-driven acoustic music he’d always loved. Since then he’s been cultivating his own unique brand of acoustic rock that feels new but with roots that are comfortingly familiar.

 Hear what others have to say about Kerr Griffin:

 

"Taking inspiration from classic rock and contemporary singer-songwriters, Kerr Griffin writes from a place full of emotion, pouring out personal truth that resonates with every listener. I’ve seen audiences often wiping their eyes during his sets. Through Kerr’s songs, you have insights into his life and your own as well. " - Dann Russo, musician and host of “Under The Covers with Dann Russo” on WEMF

"If you are looking for a local singer/songwriter to crush out on while he croons onstage or if you just happen to like original, heartfelt lyrics that sound like they are being sung to you and only you, check out Kerr Griffin.“  — Mimi, The Big Thrifty

”Kerr has a wonderful soul and the voice he brings to Americana is a true gift.” - Ro Colegrove, singer-songwriter & Kerrville New Folk finalist

  “He does everything on that album. EVERYTHING. We’re talking Imogen-Heap-style, friends. Including the vocoder, which he utilized live at the release party to give himself “backing vocalists”. It was super cool, and I for one was geeking out. Anyway, this tune is sweet and honest … just like its composer.” - Mary Casiello of Three At Home 

“Top notch and awe-inspiring!” - Dan Crocker