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NEW RELEASES AVAILABLE FOR STREAMING 12/16/2022

Kylie is proud to announce the release of three new singles: Mr Right, Baby Why'd You Leave and Stop or Go! 

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Kylie was inducted into the Gold Guitar Hands of Fame, January 4th, 2023 at a ceremony held at NZ's Capital of Country Music in Gore. Kylie won the Gold Guitar in 1990 and 1992 and the induction is a recognition of her contribution to country music in her native land. In addition to the Gold Guitar, Kylie is a four-time winner of New Zealand's Tui, including Country Music Album of the Year, Song of the Year and the Rising Star Award.

Thank you Glenn for putting together an amazing history of my career! I am so appreciative of the effort - I loved revisiting all the amazing opportunities I have had. Read the article here. 

Read the first review of Mr. Right by Kev Rowland: "This is laid-back country with elements of gospel and a whole load of blues which could have been recorded any time in the last 60 years ... Superb."

KYLIE
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Bio

BIO

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Kylie is an acclaimed country music singer/songwriter who hails from New Zealand and currently resides in Massachusetts. 

 

Kylie has a storied career starting as a teen in her home country. This two-time Gold Guitar Award winner has recorded four albums and toured with the likes of Charley Pride and Patty Loveless.In addition, she has won four Tui Country Music Awards including Album of the Year, Song of the Year awards and Rising Star Award. 

 

She has also performed at The Opry and Ryman, while living in Music City, and has played around the world.

 

After a hiatus from music, she is once again performing, writing, and recording new original material.

Additional biography info: AudioCultureNew Zealand Music Commission website

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Pride: Live in Canada | Clip 1 | Clip 2

Career highlights

Gold Guitar Hands of Fame inductee, 2023

Rising Star Tui Award, New Zealand, 1995

Tui Country Album of the Year, New Zealand, 1995, 1997, 2005

Two-time Gold Guitar Award, New Zealand, 1990 and 1992

Grand Ole Opry, Nashville

Ryman Auditorium, Nashville

SXSW Festival, Austin

Edge of Country host, GAC Network, 2000 to 2008
 

Selected Tours

Patty Loveless

Charley Pride

Ricky Skaggs

Kenny Rogers

Albums

Love, Lessons and Lies

Kylie Harris

Fancy

Let it be Love

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