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Kira Gregory


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    King of Hearts
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    Talking to God
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    Warning Signs
At 23 years old, Kira Gregory packed up her hometown bags in Winnipeg and dove into the big city of Toronto.
Her honest and raw writing style, soft vibrato filled vocals, and subtle repetitive guitar riffs leave her songs stuck in your head for hours. Her personal lyrics and moody themes have drawn comparison to artists like Phoebe Bridgers, Liza Anne, and Billie Marten
Gregory started writing songs as an escape from an abusive relationship. Songs off her 2019 EP February such as Warning Signs and Talking to God were written about surviving domestic abuse, losing her religion, and discuss vulnerable topics most of us are too afraid to speak out about. 
“I often refer to my songs as my musical diary. I write about girl crushes, the things that make us different, discussing the utter lack of control in a breakup, and the helplessness that comes with loss.” notes Gregory. As an ally to the LGBTQ+ community, she writes songs that all couples can relate to. Gregory also wrote original music for Meraki Theatre Productions’ Manitoba premiere of “The Laramie Project: Ten Years Later” for Pride week in Winnipeg which helped raise money for the Get Real Movement. 
Gregory has participated in the Stingray Young Performers Program at The Winnipeg Folk Festival for the past two years, mentored by Fortunate Ones and Danny Michel. She plans to get back into the studio this year to start recording her next album with a full band. 
February is out now.


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