Grace Kinstler auditioned for Season 19 of American Idol. Kinstler is a voice teacher, songwriter, and singer. She is most likely to make it in the show as her singing is featured in early promos of the show.
Kinstler first released her music in 2015, where she released two singles and three EPs. Her most recent EP, Lavender, was released in 2019. Grace was a member of the Berklee’s Upper Structure a cappella group. Kinstler sang “Sweet Sanity” with Corey Barlow.
Quick Facts: Grace Kinstler American Idol 2021: 10 Facts To Know
|Parents||Sherry Kinstler, Mitch Kinstler|
|Education||Berklee College of Music|
10 Facts You Didn’t Know About Grace Kinstler
- Grace Kinstler’s age is 20 years. The exact date of birth and zodiac sign of Grace is private.
- Where is she from? Grace’s hometown is McHenry County, Illinois, USA. Kinstler’s nationality is American.
- Kinstler goes to Berklee College of Music, Boston, Massachusetts, and will graduate in 2022.
- Kinstler is active on TikTok with more than 4.8k followers and 65k likes on his videos. According to her TikTok bio, she loves pugs and monkeys. Grace shows her impressive vocal ranges in her TikTok videos.
- Grace Kinstler has 20.6k followers on her Instagram account, with 85 posts as of February 2021. Her Instagram bio says, don’t pass the days; live them.
- Grace Kinstler is dating Joseph Wheatley. Her boyfriend is a beatboxer, and Joseph goes to Northeastern University. Kinstler and Wheatley began dating in November 2019.
- Grace Kinstler often uploads pictures of her parents on her Instagram account. Her mother and father’s names are Sherry Kinstler and Mitch Kinstler, respectively. Her father, Mitch, passed away unexpectedly.
- After her audition from American Idol got popular, one can read Grace Kinstler’s bio on few Wili-bio pages and news articles.
- Kinstler might be around 5 feet 5 inches tall as her exact height details are private.
- In the American Idol audition, judge Luke Bryan got tearful after Grace’s performance. Kinstler sang “You Make Me Feel Like” and “Midnight Train To Georgia,” reports Chicago Tribune.