March 10, 1969|
|Instruments||Cello, clawhammer banjo, guitar|
|Labels||Caribou, Jericho Beach|
|Associated acts||Christine Fellows, Old Man Luedecke, Mathias Kom, Catherine MacLellan, Raghu Lokanathan, Heather Kelday, Kim Beggs|
Kim Barlow is a Canadian folk singer and musician.
Born in Montreal, Quebec on March 10, 1969, and raised in rural Nova Scotia, she studied classical guitar at Florida State University before moving to the Yukon in the 1990s. In 2013 she left the Yukon so she could move back to Nova Scotia.
Kim Barlow has released on the independent record label Caribou Records in Whitehorse, Yukon and on Jericho Beach Music in Vancouver. Her album Saplings (2010) was produced with Jean Martin of Barnyard Records in Toronto and Bob Hamilton at Old Crow Recording in Whitehorse.
She has toured across Canada and internationally as a solo artist and as part of the Pan Canadian New Folk Ensemble tour with Christine Fellows and Old Man Luedecke. She frequently collaborates with Mathias Kom of The Burning Hell in the side project Spring Breakup.
- Humminah (Caribou, 1999)
- Gingerbread (Caribou, 2001)
- Luckyburden (Caribou, 2004)
- Champ (Jericho Beach, 2007)
- Saplings (2010)
- "Starpulse.com: Kim Barlow Biography". Retrieved March 14, 2011.
- "East Coast champ takes her bluesy folk beyond borders", Beatroute, 2006.
- "Saying goodbye to Kim Barlow". Retrieved September 25, 2013.
- "Kim Barlow: Kim's News". Retrieved 14 March 2011.
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