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Kylie Fox

Folk, Indie

Kylie Fox is a Canadian singer songwriter, fusing indie-folk storytelling with vintage elements of jazz and alternative rock. Her perceptive lyrics and undeniably catchy melodies are illustrated by a classically trained voice, warm and textured with a laid -back richness. With influences like Joni Mitchell, Brandi Carlile and Sharon Van Etten, her music is ethereal, lush and real. 

Currently based in Fredericton, NB, Fox exudes fun and love for her art and for storytelling, which is evident on “Confetti” (April 2023), the lead single from her second studio album. “It’s a bright and brooding alternative rock ballad, which speaks to the nostalgia of novelty,” explains Fox. “I was thinking about how the newness of romance can fall and simply be swept away -- like confetti.”. This track, and the album, Sequoia (release date TBC), are produced by Daniel Ledwell (Jenn Grant, The Good Lovelies, Fortunate Ones). 

Fox’s debut album, Green (2020), led her to tour Canada extensively, sharing stages alongside names like Bahamas, The Strumbellas and Joel Plaskett, along with showcasing at the East Coast Music Awards (2021), Folk Alliance International (2021) and the Canadian Song Conference (2021). She participated in the Banff Centre for the Arts International Songwriting Residency (2020) and the SOCAN Equity X Music Production Program (2023).

Fox is also a music educator, freelance composer, songwriting instructor and voice teacher. 





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