Kim Stockwood’s amazing talent and versatility have kept her in the public eye for over a decade. An accomplished artist, she has numerous Juno and ECMA awards to her credit and has penned such smash hits as “Jerk”, “12 Years Old” and “Happy Baby”, both as a solo artist and with supergroup Shaye. Her winning personality makes her a natural for television and radio – from co-hosting the Junos to a stint as co-host on one of Toronto’s top morning shows. As irresistible live as she is on radio and camera, Kim performs with effortless ease on the concert stage, with a natural ability to touch and entertain her audience.




A heartfelt tribute to the province Kim loves so much, Back to the Water includes some of Newfoundland’s most treasured songs performed by outstanding Newfoundland musicians. The universal theme of longing for home and the beautifully produced performances have received rave reviews and are sure to appeal to existing Stockwood fans, folk music audiences and Newfoundlanders & Labradorians everywhere. The CMT produced documentary has touched a chord with audiences the world over as  takes a deeper look at the province, its people and the pride Kim feels for her home.





I Love Santa is a collection of holiday standards and original music, from “Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas” and “Silver Bells” to the hit “Marshmallow World”. Performed live in the rich, warm vocals she’s celebrated for, and the signature comedic style she’s cherished for, the irresistible Kim Stockwood is guaranteed to bring you some Holiday Cheer!


“The Newfoundland singer-songwriter serves up delightful renditions of classic holiday fare.” – The Guardian



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Nov. 29/13 – St. Clair College Capitol Theatre – Chatham, ON

Dec. 8/13 – Convocation Hall Acadia U – Wolfville, NS

Feb. 1/14 – Showplace Performance Centre – Peterborough, ON

Dec. 5/14 – Old Town Hall Theatre – Aylmer, ON

Dec. 6/14 – Stephen Leacock Theatre – Keswick, ON