Kylie Fox

Meet Our Second Jane LeBlanc Music Studio Mentee Program MENTOR!

If you are an emerging Fredericton-based music artist, submit today for this incredible opportunity with award-winning music artist Kylie Fox!

Final Deadline: July 15, 2022

What you get: 10 hands-on lab sessions (2 hours per session)

Eligibility: Fredericton residents: 12 and Up

Indie folk artist Kylie Fox spins stories of rolling prairies and the North-Western woods, of hometown fables and flames, and of the clumsy dichotomy of youth and adulthood in sophisticated webs of cynicism, beauty, and wit. The gentle timbre of her voice is also rich with power and direction, lending to a performance as honest and compelling as her poetry. With the support of an ensemble comprising some of New Brunswick’s finest musicians, Kylie Fox and her band put on a dynamic, high-energy performance with smooth flute solos, buttery bass lines, and catchy guitar licks. Kylie released her debut album Green in 2020 and has since toured Canada, participated in the Banff Centre for the Arts International Songwriting Residency and performed at prominent festivals including Area506, Harvest Jazz, and Blues Festival, and Folk Alliance International.

She was named Breakthrough Artist of the year in the 2020 PrixNB Awards and received various nominations in 2021.

Expertise:

Songwriting, Song structure, Creativity, Lyric Writing, Grant Writing, Self-Promotion, Social Media, Show Booking, Time Management, Music Distribution, Showcasing, Performance Technique, Vocal Technique, Voice Training, Chord Progressions.

This hands-on mentorship with Kylie is perfect for a true singer/songwriter combining creative exploration in lyric writing and song development with the passion and technique of live performance. Kylie will guide you through writing and performing a great song to getting it onto Spotify and onto a stage near you!

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What is the Jane LeBlanc Music Studio Mentee Program?

A music studio mentee program that assists emerging music artists with their music creation and composing growth in a studio setting (in-person/virtual/hybrid). This program utilizes experienced Canadian and International music artists as mentors in-person and virtually. The mentor is paid for their time, and the awarded mentees benefit from being in a studio setting with an experienced mentor.

Submission Guidelines

Short paragraph or resume showing your emerging training and development in music.

Brief letter or email expressing why you think you would benefit from being mentored and specifics on what you want to get from the experience OR short iPhone video (2 min).This mentorship experience also includes grant-writing consultation with the Jane LeBlanc Legacy Fund and other mentorship and performance opportunities.

All submissions can be emailed to catmaryleblanc@gmail.com.