Interview with singer, songwriter Kerrie Roberts

Sitting ducks with Kerrie Roberts

We sat down with Christian singer songwriter Kerrie Roberts a few nights ago and had the honor of sharing some of our time with this amazing artist.

Today she released her new single Come Back to Life and we actually dedicated part of our conversation to this beautiful, touching song. Also, keep reading because we are launching a new QuackNTest today!

We started with our already famous Swan Revealed questions:

We then moved on to talking about What Are You Afraid Of? and Come Back to Life, and we addressed the issue of suicide prevention and how important it is to keep talking about it and working towards stopping it. 

And in the last part of our chat, Kerrie confessed what has been the “Ugly Duckling story” behind her life story, telling us which have been the obstacles she’s faced and overcome in her career, as well as answering some of your questions!

Let us know in the comments below which was your favorite part of the interview, and don’t forget to participate on our latest QuackNTest!!

What are you afraid of? QuackNTest

In honour of our interview with Kerrie Roberts, we wanted to post a question to you all, dear ugly ducklings. What are YOU afraid of?

And better yet… what are you doing to overcome that fear?

Write us to let us… be creative! We want to know what you do to overcome fear – who inspires it? What steps do you take?

Send us your entries by May 4th! And here’s the best part… Kerrie is going to pick the winner!

Please limit your entries to 500 words (+ any visual aids you’d like to use!). Send it to, and let us know if we can blog them!

Prize:Kerrie Prize Pack, including her CD Time for the Show

Thank you Kerrie for your time.

Keep spreading love Ugly Ducklings


One thought on “Interview with singer, songwriter Kerrie Roberts

  1. Just wanted to thank Kerrie for bringing up the topic of suicide awareness/prevention. This is something very important to me and I’m sure there are a few of you who know why. Anyone who has read *my* UDI story knows why this topic is so important to me.

    A couple weeks ago, Erin linked me to the Come Back To Life video and it touched me in a way that I cannot put into words. I am not a person of faith. Or religion. Anyone who knows me, knows this. But I don’t believe that’s something that matters when you’re listening to the words of a song. Music makes it so easy to put aside everything in my head and go to a place that makes me feel safe and comforted. That song did this for me… and for that, I want to thank Kerrie for putting it out there.

    Suicide is a topic that so many people are afraid to talk about. And with every ounce of my being, I wish that it wasn’t. If it was talked about more…maybe we would see less of it happening in the world today. Which is one of the many many reasons why I will jump at the chance to discuss it. To discuss the loss of my sister who took her own life. To discuss what it means to be the one left standing in the aftermath of it all…

    I really enjoyed watching all three pieces of the interview. Kerrie, you truly are an amazing individual. Keep doing what you’re doing! ;) #MuchLove


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