Next on "Indigenous In Music" this Saturday 3 to 5, February 16th 2013 "Victoria Blackie"
Host Larry Knudsen welcomes "Victoria Blackie" to Indigenous in Music this Saturday at 4:00 eastern time. Visit Victoria Blackie on the web at victoriablackie.com
Tribute is the title of her second country album and was produced by the Tate Music Group label from Mustang, Oklahoma. Two of the songs on the album were co- written by Victoria and Adam Fifield. “Mr. Madison Man” and “Do You Wanna Dance”. The Album is a Tribute to some of the Greats of Country Music. It is filled with a more traditional style of country music that Blackie believes is sorely missing in contemporary productions. Her career as a recording artist began at the age of twelve when she recorded her album “Girl In The Mirror”. This album was mostly released to family and friends. Wanted Man album was recorded on a shoe string budget in Nashville and distributed through CD Baby. She received 8 nominations for her album “Wanted Man” at the NAMMYS and brought home Best debut Artist of the Year Award.
Victoria has been on the stage all her life. She has a fun caring personality. What makes her different than other singers is that She is a perfectionist in the recording studio and has a large fan base through the social media networks. Her launching pad has been within the Native American Community and as a result has a massive following that counts with more than 500 tribes in the US and Canada.
She has been invited to sing at Concerts, Casinos, Conventions and Colleges. She wishes to introduce her album “Tribute” to the world. She is now scheduling a summer tour and is available for Fairs, Festivals and Conventions.