Kali Indiana has made a huge impression on the Omaha and Nebraska country music scenes in just one short year since formation, with a growing fanbase in Iowa and Michigan. Husband and wife duo KC and Ali grew up loving country and rock music. KC played in a California coast band before moving back to Michigan and joining a Detroit area rock band. Ali grew up in Indiana performing in top show choirs and writing songs, one of which landed her a gig playing for 20,000 people at a major Indianapolis venue.
When the duo moved to Omaha, they played in a couple different bands before ultimately deciding to combine talents and create original music. Kali Indiana has already opened for several Nashville recording artists including High Valley, Adam Doleac, Blackjack Billy, Sundance Head, Roger Creager, Blackhawk, Jon Wolfe, Josh Ward, Jacob Bryant, and many others.
Kali Indiana’s first E.P. has thousands of streams and downloads with their song “Save Me” even featured on “A Day to Nashville” podcast. KC and Ali are thrilled to be joined by talented band members Omaha native Joey Bastian on lead guitar; Michael Fernando, Johnson City, TN,on bass; and BJ Conway,Adel, IA, on drums.
The band’s self-titled E.P. includes all original songs, written by KC and Ali in close collaboration.
- “Smokin” is a summertime jam with an old-school vibe that you’ll find yourself going back to again and again.
- “Save Me” is a girl-power anthem that’ll get the crowd dancing every time with a killer triple two beat.
- “Where We Were Raised”is a great slow dance with heartfelt message that you can take the man out of the town, but not the town out of the man.
- “Wild in Me” captures taking a chance and leaving your small town behind to chase your dreams.
Crowds in all over the midwest love Kali Indiana’s original music, and also the band’s cover songs that show KC and Ali’s true passion for country rock music. KC’s country rock vocals combined with Ali’s pure tone give Kali Indiana its special sought-after sound. The two combine to create incredible harmonies and put their own unique twist on each song they play. Asked back to every venue, Kali Indiana never disappoints and is known for getting the crowd pumped up every single night. The band brings a true Nashville Sound to the Midwest.
‘I’ve been there too and I’ve played that song/tonight I need a whole new tune/change is good and change ain’t you’
— Save Me, Kali Indiana, Self-Titled EP