Documentary of Austin musician Kimberly Freeman on YouTube


15 Responses to “Documentary of Austin musician Kimberly Freeman on YouTube”

  1. Anonymous says:

    By the way, all of our albums are available for any donation (even totally free) from

    Don’t feel the need to donate if you can’t afford it. We just want everyone to check out our new album “Break.”. Let us know what think! Thanks!!!

    One-Eyed Doll

  2. Anonymous says:

    Haha, yes… very anxious hbl. This is a big deal!!!

    Hey if any of you guys want to see us for real, in person, we’re starting our tour today… We’d love to meet you out on the road…

    3/26 Fri: Houston @ Dan Electros
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    4/12 Mon: Knoxville, TN @ The Long Branch Saloon
    4/14 Wed: Washington DC @ The Asylum
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  3. RevRalf23 says:

    Awesome! Been a fan/friend of Kimberly since the Ghetto Princess days, glad to see her get exposure here on Boing Boing!

  4. Anonymous says:

    After watching the documentary, have to say I’m a fan. Love the spirit, talent and music.

  5. hbl says:

    Wow, a member of the band and the director of the film both weighed in on the first commentor. Anxious much?

    I dug the trailer and will def check out the main feature.

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  7. SeattlePete says:

    “a beauty with an irresistible voice, magnetism and moves, who delivers a range of soulful original songs”

    Le *Sigh*

    Punk rock ain’t what it used to be.

    I don’t want to hate on this band. I’m sure that they are excellent at what they do, but this is post-metal aka chug-rock, not really punk. Even the head banging stage presence, posturing and low-slung bass screams metal. Plus they have talent and ambition – not punk.

  8. Anonymous says:

    Hey, this is Jason from One-Eyed Doll. To be honest we have lots of influences from punk to metal to country to sappy 70′s pop. I would say we’re just a rock n roll band. For some reason a lot of people like to put us in the punk category… for example we won Best Punk Band at the SXSW music awards this year. But we just make whatever music we want to make without trying to fit into a title like “punk” or “metal.”

    Thanks for the kind words by the way!!!


  9. Anonymous says:

    Only recently learned of OED, and I must admit the initial image perception is deceiving from what I came to find. Very much love the music and the stage presence from the videos, really hope to see them play live one day!

  10. Anonymous says:

    extremely cool filmmaker! owen

  11. davidjrdotcom says:


    Hope you can check out the full film…not just the trailer.

    One-Eyed Doll create all different kinds of music… Kimberly performs a bunch of acoustic stuff throughout the film too.

    Would love to know what you think.


    -davidjrdotcom (filmmaker, One-Eyed Doll: A Rockumentary)

  12. Anonymous says:

    I met Kimberly when she worked at a tattoo studio in downtown Austin and she is quite the person. I went to some shows later on and they were a ton of fun. It is definitely not punk, but I think is identified as punk because of the visual style the band has. Great stuff, great music.

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