Kimberly Dawn highlights her youth with “Deere John”

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Fun, authentic and truly memorable!

Rating: 5 out of 5.

Hi Kimberly, welcome to LA Music Review! Tell us a little bit about you and your music.

Kimberly Dawn is a country music singer-songwriter. Using her natural talent, Kimberly expresses an authentic message of perseverance, humility, courage, and resilience. Since she is involved 100% in writing her catalog, every song comes straight from the heart.

As a mother, Kimberly boldly took control of her musical passions after having her four children, when she began learning the guitar and piano. She feels particularly empowered to share her experiences balancing life as a mother and wife with her music career. As a National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) ambassador, Kimberly strives to openly share the story of her own personal mental health journey to inspire and uplift others. Her song “The Bottle” highlights the real pain of those struggling with mental health and addiction issues. Kimberly will be performing at the 2022 NAMIcon.

The Canadian-born singer-songwriter has been influenced by the likes of Dolly Parton, Stevie Nicks, Reba McEntire, Shania Twain, and Whitney Houston. Now Kimberly’s glammed-up bohemian style is revamping country music.

LA Fashion, Nashville Country Music Magazine, Nashville Music Guide, The Tennessee Star, and New Music Weekly have featured Kimberly’s authentic and unique approach to country music.

In May 2022, she partnered with MAGIC Tradeshow to perform on the opening day of their first-ever Nashville MAGIC show. Kimberly currently has an ongoing brand partnership with Nashville, TN-based vintage woman-owned boot company Planet Cowboy.

Congrats on the release! What was your inspiration when you were writing this project?

The single is a reflection about the countryside
that made her into the person she is today.

Released on July 29, 2022. ‘Saying goodbye to the only house I ever knew’… The backroads-made singer conveys the message of growing up on her family farm in Canada. Though it was never easy, Kimberly will always call it the place she called home as it gave her something to believe in and symbolizes that wherever you end up in life, your country upbringing will always define you.

When my parents decided to sell our farm that my family grew up on and the place I called home as a child, I felt inspired to write about how I was raised and what it meant to me…

The easy-listening song is filled with memories of cruising around on a John Deere tractor.

Start streaming “Deere John” right here:

Rating: 5 out of 5.

What is your vision for this project?

The Canadian singer, now living in Nashville,
draws musical inspiration from first-hand experiences.

The natural beauty of life on a farm is what drew Kimberly to be influenced by the likes of Dolly Parton, Stevie Nicks, Reba McEntire, and Shania Twain. “The memories of our farm are what shaped me into the person I am today. We all grew up somewhere and the characteristics are ingrained in me, says Kimberly.”

Anything else we should know about it? Upcoming events?

As of 2022, Kimberly has partnered with MAGIC Tradeshow…

which she performed on the opening day of their first-ever Nashville MAGIC show. Kimberly currently has an ongoing brand partnership with a Nashville-based vintage women-owned boot company, Planet Cowboy. Last July 1st, Kimberly released a duet “Do I Love You” with Grammy Award-winning songwriter and artist Paul Anka. Paul has worked with notable acts such as Michael Jackson and Frank Sinatra.

Additionally, she has built a devoted social following that engages with a genuine country music audience on a daily basis.

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