Loma Lyns

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Loma Lynn Mathias, known professionally as Loma Lyns, is a Canadian country music singer-songwriter and television personality. Her single "Red Handed" was a Top 40 hit on the Canadian country charts in 1990, and her single "Countin' on You This Time" was a Top 40 hit in Europe. She also had chart success in 1998 with "Love Me, I'm Alive", the theme song for the Canadian Special Olympics which she cowrote with Chuck Labelle. She has also collaborated with Patricia Conroy, Russell deCarle, Gil Grand, Lawrence Martin and Collin Raye.

An Ojibwa from the Whitefish Lake reserve near Sudbury, Ontario, Lyns has also been a host of television programming on the Aboriginal Peoples Television Network, including Cooking With the Wolfman and Aboriginal Voices.

Discography[edit]

Albums[edit]

Year Album
1990 Red Handed
1994 Who's the Stranger
1998 Lake of Tears

Singles[edit]

Year Single CAN Country Album
1996 "Who's the Stranger" 85 Who's the Stranger

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