​​Kimberley Dawn

Award Winning 

Canadian Country

Music Artist

Kimberley Dawn

​Aboriginal Entertainer of the Year

at the 2015 Manitoba Country Music Awards

 

​Kimberley Dawn is a powerful voice. To her friends, her powerful voice is known for speaking out for people or communities in need. To Manitoba radio listeners, that same powerful voice is known for her on air antics – sharing both informative and “always entertaining” information in current community and music news as a radio DJ at both NCI FM and QX104 throughout the years. But most of all, to her music family and fan base – she is known for her powerhouse vocals as the incredible artist that she is!

This multi award winning Aboriginal singer has been a fighter and a survivor in this ever changing music industry. Relentlessly pursuing her dream of singing on stage with a band that is more like family, and for an audience full of amazing and supportive fans, this dream has driven her to get back up and dust herself off whenever this uncharted path knocked her down.  And her determination has paid off!

With 5 albums under her belt, she is about to hit the road once again to promote her latest album project “’Til The Cowboys Come Home”. Her first single of the same name, has already hit national radio! And her video for this single has been a popular view on YouTube, gaining more fans every day!

Kimberley Dawn can draw you in with her heartfelt ballads, or inspire you as her music speaks of her aboriginal roots. Before the night is through, she’ll have you dancing and singing along as she sings a sassy – tongue in cheek – cowgirl party song! From aboriginal, to country, and a touch of rock – she’s got it covered! Kimberley Dawn can deliver an entertainment packed evening with her relatable banter of love and life stories as she introduces her songs, followed by a powerful vocal performance night after night. Kimberley Dawn is...a powerful voice.  

Manitoba Artists Earn Nods from Native American Music Awards, Indian Summer Music Awards
[Billy Joe Green]
[C-Weed Band]
[Indian City]
[Kimberley Dawn]
[Rhonda Head]
Five Aboriginal recording acts from Manitoba have landed nominations from the Native American Music Awards (NAMA) and Indian Summer Music Awards (ISMA).

The nominations for 16th annual NAMA gala, which takes place September 17 in New York State, includes four local artists. Country singer/songwriter Kimberley Dawn is a double nominee for Til The Cowboys Come Home, which earned her nominations for Best Female Vocalist and Best Country Recording. Classical singer Rhonda Head added another to her growing list of accolades with a nod for Best Historical/Linguistic Recording for 500 Years. Legendary country/rock act C-Weed picked up a nod for Best Country Recording for Last Ride. Renowned bluesman Billy Joe Green landed a nomination for Best Blue Recording for his latest, Swingin’ Tomahawk.

Nominations for the ISMA were also recently announced, including three nods for Indian City for its song “One Day”. Kimberley Dawn and Rhonda Head also picked up ISMA nominations in the country and spiritual categories, respectively. Indian City and Rhonda Head are set to perform at the ISMA awards show, which takes place during Milwaukee’s popular Indian Summer Festival on September 10.


KIMBERLEY DAWN ACCOMPLISHMENTS 2016

AWARDS & NOMINATIONS

AWARDS

Indian Summer Music Awards 2016

Country Award

Manitoba Country Music Awards 2015

Aboriginal Country Music Award

NOMINATIONS

Manitoba Country Music Awards 2016

Aboriginal Country Music Award

Female Artist of the Year

Native American Music Awards 2016

Best Country Recording

Best Female Vocalist

Indigenous Music Awards 2015

Best Country CD

CHARTS

‘Til the Cowboys Come Home charted 13 weeks on European radio

RECENT MEDIA MENTIONS

Fader

http://www.thefader.com/2016/06/27/aboriginal-day-live-2016

http://www.thefader.com/2016/06/27/aboriginal-day-live-2016

National Talk

http://nationtalk.ca/story/cbc-manitoba-proudly-sponsors-the-indigenous-business-awards

Canadian Beats

http://canadianbeats.ca/2016/10/07/on-the-spot-with-kimberley-dawn/

CBC

http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/manitoba/native-american-music-awards-manitoba-nominees-

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http://www.cbc.ca/radio/unreserved/musician-kimberley-dawn-deals-with-loss-of-child-through-music-

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The country music of today has evolved into a new sound, and NOW Country 104.7 will be committed to presenting and supporting modern country music,” 

Kimberley Dawn will launch the station’s new morning show on Monday, July 25, airing weekdays from 6-10 a.m. Popular NCI-FM personality Brian Cook, from NOW’s sister station, will host the afternoon show from 1-6 p.m.

Kimberley Dawn Wins Country Album of the year!

at the Indian Summer Music Festival.

Noonan Production is so excited to announce Kimberley Dawn was awarded THE COUNTRY ALBUM OF THE YEAR AWARD for her new project "Til the Cowboys Come Home" Inspired by her late  son and Produced by Tom Dutiuame from the Hanger Studios. ​This is Kimberley Dawns 3rd win at the Indian Summer Music Awards.which ph here.

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