Kelsi Mayne

One of three finalists in SiriusXM/CCMA’s nation-wide contest, Kelsi Mayne, is no stranger the less-conventional path. The former nationally-ranked varsity sprint-hurdler and nursing school graduate (with honours) is now arguably the fastest-rising independent country artist in Canada. As fiery as her natural, long red locks, Kelsi’s burning passion and determination has led her to perform high-profile gigs including Big Valley Jamboree, Boots and Hearts (x3), Havelock Jamboree, national television (x2), and the anthems for the Blue Jays. Meanwhile, Kelsi’s promise and hard work has garnered the support from prestigious organizations including FACTOR Canada, SOCAN Foundation, and Ontario Arts Council, as she continues to serve as a beacon for the classic “underdog.” 

Along with the recent release of her debut album “As I Go,” Kelsi is also collecting awards and astounding reviews on the international film-festival circuit for her titular role as “Willa” in the Stephen King short story-turned film. Although 2020 plans have been impacted by COVID-19, Kelsi is using this time to give back to the communities who have helped her along the way. 

As her fan-given nickname infers, it is safe to say the #MayneTrain and current CMAOntario “Rising Star” nominee is moving full-steam ahead.




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