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Victoria Blackie

Now on iTunes, Amazon, Billboard Now Being Heard on hundreds of radio Stations in the country . Has a weekly live show on Victoria was born and raised in Salt Lake City, Utah. She was singing the C scale before she was one year old and started performing at the age of three. She is the daughter of a Native American mother Elizabeth Dennison from the Navajo tribe in Tohatchi New Mexico. Her father is Mr. Carlos I. Chavez a Hispanic American. They enrolled Victoria in singing lessons at the tender age of 1 1/2 years old. She sang from “Annie” and Judy Garland’s “Life is Just a Bowl of Cherries”. At age 10 after being beat out by a yodeler in a talent contest in Las Vegas, she was determined to yodel and became a showstopper with the country song “Cowboy Sweetheart”. Victoria has recorded her first Album in Nashville, Tennessee October 2008. Ms. Victoria has been a favorite in the Intermountain Region singing a powerful rendition of the “National Anthem”. She has performed for many dignitaries, including Government, City and Native American officials. One of her highlights was being invited to perform at the 2002 Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City, Utah. Her song interpretation is one of her strengths and always has audiences wanting more. Victoria has a versatile voice, from jazz, musical theatre, pop rock to country. She has recorded many demos, has been featured in major Newspapers such as The Tribune and Deseret News from the Intermountain West. She is dedicated,

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