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“Kendra Kay is bringing back the spirit of traditional country music to modern-day listeners. The powerhouse vocals from Manitoba Country Music Association’s Female Artist of the Year winner are instantly captivating, making her live shows a must-see.”
— Top Country News
‘How It’s Done’ is Kendra Kay’s latest release. The upbeat new single is produced by Karen Kosowski (Tim Hicks, Madeline Merlo, Brett Kissel) and will hit Canadian Country airwaves October 21.

‘How It’s Done’ is Kendra Kay’s latest release. The upbeat new single is produced by Karen Kosowski (Tim Hicks, Madeline Merlo, Brett Kissel) and will hit Canadian Country airwaves October 21.


“Rising Country star”

Few artists capture the spirit of country music like award winning singer/songwriter Kendra Kay. Raised in small town Manitoba and true to her roots, her songs are inspired by traditional country music. As the 2018 Manitoba Country Music Association Fan’s Choice Award winner and the 2019 Canadian Independent Music Video of the Year Award winner for ‘Best Country Video’, she’s known for her ‘powerhouse vocals’ and has firmly established herself as an artist to watch. Her recent two singles ‘Buy You A Drink’ and ‘Fuel On The Fire’ easily crossed into the Top 100 Canada Country National Airplay and spent 17 weeks on the charts. She has been called a ‘rising country star’, earned the Manitoba Country Music Association Female Artist of the Year award (2015) and her sophomore EP ‘More To Me’ was co-produced by country star Terri Clark, with additional production credits going to CCMA Producer of the Year winner Murray Pulver, Juno Award winner Jeff Jones and Bart McKay. The star studded effort includes songs co-written by artists such as Jessica Mitchell, Meghan Patrick and Patricia Conroy, while featuring 3 x Juno nominee Don Amero.

Armed with her high energy 5-piece band, she has played shows across Canada including the CFL Banjo Bowl Halftime Show to over 33,000 screaming fans, joined Tim Hicks on his ‘Get Loud’ Tour and performed with country icon Patricia Conroy. She has also played festivals including Canadian Music Week, Canadian Country Music Week, Boots & Hearts pre-party, Dauphin CountryFest, Roger's Hometown Hockey Festival and headlined the Manitoba Stampede. Along with this, she has opened for artists such as Jess Moskaluke, Doc Walker, Drake White, Alee, Blackjack Billy and Aaron Prichett, among others. During this time, her profile increased as she was interviewed by national media such as Sirius XM, Global TV, CBC and was featured in Top Country News, along with many other digital, radio and broadcast platforms. With over 330,000 streams on Spotify and more announcements on the way, Kendra Kay is quickly becoming Canada’s country girl.



tour dates

November 28 - Minnedosa Community Conference Centre, Minnedosa MB

November 10 - Manitoba Country Music Awards, Winnipeg MB

November 2 - Canadian Finals Rodeo, Red Deer AB opening for Corb Lund

September 14 - Boomtown Casino, Fort McMurray AB

September 13 - Boomtown Casino, Fort McMurray AB

September 7 - BottleScrew Bill’s Pub, Calgary AB Canadian Country Music Week Showcase

September 6 - Ranchman’s Cookhouse and DanceHall, Calgary AB with The Washboard Union & Friends

September 1 - Cooks Creek Grotto, Cooks Creek MB

August 27 - Rock the Market, Foam Lake SK

August 23 - The Corn & Apple Festival, Morden MB opening for Charlie Major

August 9 - BarnBurner Music Fest, Darwell AB opening for Gord Bamford & Dan Davidson

August 4 - Sunfest Country Music Festival, Cowichan Lake BC

July 28 - Manitoba Sunflower Festival, Altona MB

July 27 - NorthWest RoundUp & Exhibition, Swan River MB

July 27 - Reston Fair, Reston MB

July 6 - Portage Exhibition, Portage MB

July 4 - Private Event, Saskatoon SK

July 1 - Canada Day at The Forks, Winnipeg MB

June 29 - Dauphin’s CountryFest Main Stage, Dauphin MB

June 28 - Dauphin’s CountryFest MTS Stage, Dauphin MB

June 20 - Red River Exhibition, Winnipeg MB opening for Jess Moskaluke

June 8 - Niverville Old Tyme Country Fair, Niverville, MB opening for James Barker Band

April 30 - West Souris River Conservation District Banquet, Pipestone, MB

March 2 - Tim Hortons Brier, Brandon MB

February 9 - Alberta Ag Society Mainstage, Edmonton AB

February 2 - Preecville Hall, Preeceville SK

January 15 - Legends Corner, Nashville TN


December 1 - Invermay Gala, Invermay SK

November 24 - Sand Hills Casino, Carberry MB

November 23 - Sand Hills Casino, Carberry MB

November 22 - Club Regent Event Centre, Winnipeg MB with Tim Hicks ‘Get Loud’ Tour

November 17 - Ladies Night, SheHo SK

November 10 - Manitoba Country Music Awards, Winnipeg, MB with Patricia Conroy

October 5 - The Hideout, Toronto ON

October 1 - Rainbow Room, Ottawa ON

September 8 - CFL Halftime Show Banjo Bowl, Winnipeg MB

August 18 - Stonewall Quarry Days, Stonewall MB

August 6 - Western Weekend, Elkhorn MB

July 28 - Northwest Exhibition, Swan River MB

July 6 - Moosomin Rodeo, Moosomin SK

June 17 - The Roxy, Vancouver BC

June 15- EP Release Party, Elks Hall, Elkhorn MB

June 2 - The Root, Lloydminster SK

June 1 - The Longbranch, Saskatoon SK

May 31 - Revival Music Room, Regina SK

May 18 - Chico's Bar & Grill, Winnipegosis MB

April 14 - I'd Tap That Spring Kegger, MMC Centre, Moosomin SK

January 18 - 'Forever My Girl' Premiere (Elevation Pictures Private Event) Winnipeg MB

January 17 - Houston's Country Roadhouse, Brandon MB

December 3 - Roger's Hometown Hockey Festival, Winnipeg MB

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