BIO - Krissy Feniak

With a vintage soulful country sound and an unforgettable look Krissy Feniak has a style all her own! This charming free spirit from Alberta, Canada keeps audiences entertained with her sassy lyrics, clever banter and her stories about her songs.  

In 2018 Krissy won the North American Country Music Associations International Artist, Entertainer and Songwriter of the Year in Pigeon Forge, TN while traveling to Nashville with Hall of Fame legends Dick Damron and Joyce Smith.  The Alberta Country Music Association honoured Krissy with the ACMA Horizon Award as well as a nominee for the Female Artist of the year in 2018 and 2019.  

Krissy's recent single "Wrong side of midnight" has over 120K streams, and is currently playing on Canadian Country Radio.  Working closely with her team Juno Award Winning Producer Matty McKay (Brett Kissel Band) and Vocal Coach Tamara Beatty (The Voice, The Masked Singer) and Jordyn Elliott (J Elliott Management, Megan Patrick Manager) has helped Krissy to craft a distinct sound and style all her own.  

Krissy has performed at events such as Big Valley Jamboree, Alberta Country Music Awards Show, ACMA Fan Fest, The Bluebird Cafe (Nashville), The Commodore Grill (Nashville), The Country Tonite Theatre (Pigeon Forge, TN) and many others.  She has shared the stage as a supporting act for performers such as Doc Walker, Gord Bamford, Aaron Goodvin and many others.  

An important part of Krissy’s career has been helping others.  Lending her talents too many Charities and Organizations as a Volunteer. She performs regularly at the Renfrew Educational Center (Calgary based Special Needs School) and the University of Alberta Hospital Charities, Children’s Wish Foundation and many other charities  

Working with hit writers like Ralph Murphy and Tebey has helped mold Krissy into a passionate and inspired songwriter.  Krissy attended the Rise Program with the Nashville Songwriters Association in April of 2020.  Performances at the infamous Bluebird Cafe, Nashville, the Commodore Room, Nashville and the Bluejay Sessions, Calgary have given her an opportunity to showcase her writing talents.