Kim Kuzma
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Kim Kuzma is an entertainer with an extensive vocal range whose intense singing performance is effortlessly offset by casual, often candid, conversations with her audience. Kim's voice and sultry stage presence draw her audience in, allowing them to join her on a musical ride not soon forgotten.

Kim released her debut CD recording of 10 songs, drawing on her inspirations from current issues, dreams for the future and lessons from the past. She has built a solid foundation in the local Vancouver scene.

"Kuzma has produced one of the year's strongest and most engaging indie-Vancouver albums."
-Tom Zillich, WestEnder

Some past accomplishments include:

Charting as the No. 1 selling independent artist for 1999 & 2000 at HMV - Robson Street - Vancouver.

Charting at No. 1 on the weekly independent sales charts for over 7.5 months with HMV - Robson Street - Vancouver.

Winning the "1999 Volunteer Spirit Award", with Just Singin' Round co-producers Yvonne McSkimming and Mark James Fortin, at the 1999 West Coast Music Awards.

Being invited to perform the national anthem numerous times at GM Place for both the Vancouver Canucks NHL hockey team and the Vancouver Grizzlies NBA basketball team.

Hosting The Performers on BCTV, a program instrumental in promoting local talent.

Kim co-wrote "Puisque C'est L'amour" with Warner-Chappel writer, David Pickell. Lara Fabian, a very successful French Canadian singer (two platinum records to her credit) recorded this song on a previous album, which has reached more than 180,000 in sales to date.

Recording vocals for "Phone Booth in the Rain" which won The 1993 Song Writing Contest and is currently being played on Vancouver's QMFM and STAR FM. Also recorded "Oh Johnny" which was played on Vancouver's dance station Z95.3 FM.

Performing at the Canadian Broadcasting Awards Show held in Vancouver, performing with Colin James, Paul Janz and Montreal's Zachary Richard.

Kim co-wrote and performed the theme song on Warren Miller's Go with the Windsurfer windsurfing film.

With each and every show, Kim continues to win new fans and takes her singing to a higher level. Kim's show has been described as entrancing.

"Her snake-like hips, rhythm and vocal range entertain and mesmerize the audience". --Malcolm Parry, Vancouver Province

Her live performances reveal both the skill and the soul of a true artist. Soulful, graceful and sometimes haunting, Kim delivers a show that will take her audience through a range of styles and emotions, leaving them spellbound.