Sunday wilde Bio

Sunday wilde is from the wilds of a northern Ontario small town, but she has been found singing everywhere from small logging and mining towns at coffee houses, funeral parlours, and blues joints and all the way to large festivals, house concerts and bars in bustling metropolises. She is a powerful and intense vocalist, a rare voice that speaks from the primal soul. Sunday is a songwriter who explores the subjects of grief, addiction, love and the torment of social and family dysfunction. Her lyrics and delivery make it abundantly clear that she speaks from experience and authority. She is a newcomer on the music scene and is a self taught piano player, when she picked up the piano in 2009.

She has three albums of mostly original music:
What man!? Oh That man!! - Independently Released 2011
Broken String of Pearls-- Independently Released 2009
Black Pearls of Wisdom (Reno jack & Sunday wilde) - Independently Released 2007

REVIEWS available on her website at and include Rootstime, No Depression, Toronto Blues Society, Wildy's World, Underground Blues, American blues Blog, The Good Music Fox UK, Il Manifesto (Italy) and more

Her original songs have also been included on:
Big City Rythym and Blues Magazine CD Sampler--Momma Told me Not to Come Released 2011
The Alternate Root--Valentines Music for Lovers--2011 and 2010
Java for Javelyn--Indie Music Volume 4--X-Rite Records--2011

She has won jazz and blues awards for her original compositions most notably:
Winner of the Voters Choice Award for Best Blues Song of 2011 at the Independent Music Awards
Best International Blues Release of the Year at the "Jimi Awards" on blues411
Runner up for Best Acoustic Blues Album of the Year in Germany (Wasser Prawda)
Her latest album has been nominated for Album of the Year Solo Artist Music & Film in Motion Northern Ontario
Awarded FIVE Ontario Arts Council Grants for her work in songwriting and recording

Her music has been ranked as high as:
#7 on the Roots Music Report for the top 50 Blues Albums (Worldwide radio play on Roots Stations)
#3 for Blues Albums on THEEX (Kamloops, Canada)
#15 for Roots & Blues on EARSHOT national charts
#1 for Blues Albums on CKUW--Winnipeg
#1 for Roots/Blues Albums on LURADIO--Thunder Bay
#5 for Top Jazz Tracks at Garageband Jazz on ITUNES
#1 Song Free Jazz on CDBABY
On the Best of 2011 Playlist at BluzFM of Jazz FM, Canada's premier jazz station
On the Top 100 Blues Albums of 2011 on the Roots Music Report

She has played with such great performers Ronnie Hayward, Nick Moss and the Flipflops, Fathead, Terry Wilkins (Roughtrade), to name a few. Her influences come from a array of sources such as the wilderness, Ruth Brown, pain, suffering, Sister Rosetta Tharpe, grief, heartbreak, Bessie Smith, Big Bill Broonzy, mixed in with love, joy, Tom Waits, Billie Holiday and Ella Fitzgerald. She continues to create, explore, interpret and innovate, melding divergent styles and influences, pushing the envelope of her craft further. All the while enthralling audiences with her live performances and singular style. Her music is playing worldwide on roots and blues stations including: Elwoods House of Blues Radio Hour, CBC National Radio--Saturday Night Blues, Galaxie Blues on Digital Cable, At the Crossroads Syndicated Blues Show, BBC, Full Time Blues, PBS Fm, House of Blues Radio Hour, Biker Street Radio, Goldradio Network Blues, Rootstime, and many more stations in Italy, France, Australia, Canada, USA. She is currently working on her fourth album and plans to tour in 2012.

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