Barbara Chamberlin is one of the premiere musical artists from Whitehorse, Yukon. She has performed in Canada, USA, Japan, and around Europe. She delivers soulful blues, playful jazz, and intimate confessionals with equal comfort, never losing her warmth, wit, and beaming personality.

In her most recent CD, Boomerang Girl, songs range from the title’s rock biographical whimsy, to the arched sarcasm of “You’re Gonna Miss me when I’m Gone”, to the jazzy “Firefly”, a flute song with a nod to Ian Anderson. A fifth CD is underway!

Barbara is a dynamic musician with a big voice and great stage presence.
Strong, feisty, and unpretentious, Barbara Chamberlin is Yukon’s Diva of Song.

Highlights in her diverse career include:

 Composed music, wrote soundtract, and starred in movie “Highway of    Heartache”, and cracked the top 100 in Country Music chart
 Sang for the Opening Ceremonies for the Canada Winter Games
 Sang for the American troops in Japan
 She won the BC Festival of the Arts ‘Award of Excellence
 Was nominated for a West Coast Music Award
 Won the ‘Yukon Time’ Competition
• Yukon Department of Tourism commissioned her to write the Territory’s theme song
 She won the Yamaha songwriting award at the BC Festival of the Arts
 Was runner-up in the John Lennon Song Contest
 She has played for Prince Charles

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