Kimberley Dawn

(2015 Aboriginal Entertainer of the Year)

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Kimberley Dawn is a multi-award winning Canadian country music artist.

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2003 -- Her Debut album Kimberley Dawn “I’m Going Home” was released

“I’m Going Home” won the CBC Galaxy rising star award at the Canadian Aboriginal Music awards and was nominated for best country album and won Country Album of the Year at the Indian summer music awards. It was also nominated for Best country album at the Western Canadian Country music awards.  Kimberley’s second album was written by Jane Chartrand.

 

2005 -- Healing Jane was released in 2005 and won best produced album and Keeper of the Spirit award at the Canadian Aboriginal music awards held it Toronto Canada.

 

2009 -- In 2009 Kimberley Dawn kicked her style up a notch with amazing writes such as the Legendary Ray St Germain and Canadian Country music Super Stars Chris Thorsteinson and Dave Wasyliw from the band Doc walker. Kimberley Dawn won best Rock album at the Indian Summer Music awards held in Milwaukee Wisconsin USA.  She also won song single of the year for her release “Spirit of our People”.

 

Kimberley Dawn has shared the stage with some of the biggest country music stars of today’s time. Carrie Underwood, Reba, Randy Houser, Florida Georgia Line, Thompson Square, Doc Walker, Ray St Germain, Randy Bachman and Aaron Pritchett.

 

2015 -- Back in the saddle again Kimberley Dawn has released her 4th studio album “Til the Cowboys Come Home” and has a new video for the single release of the song. On YouTube Kimberley Dawn is nominated for best country album of the year at the Indigenous Music Awards, taking place at the MTS center