Lynn Miles is one of Canada’s most accomplished singer/songwriters. With thirteen solo albums to her credit, the winner of the 2002 Juno award for Roots and Traditional Solo Album of the Year and multiple Canadian Folk Music awards including “Solo Artist of The Year” for her CD “Downpour” and 2011 “English Songwriter of the Year”.
Lynn is one half of the duo “THE LYNNeS” who in 2018 released the Album “Heartbreak Song For The Radio”. which received two 2018 Canadian Folk Music Awards for Ensemble of the year and English Songwriters of the year. She has also produced several CD’s for fellow artists, including singer/songwriter Lynne Hanson’s “River Of Sand” Album, and “Seven Deadly Spins”.
Her song “Black Flowers” is on the 2017 Grammy Nominated “North By South” album by Claire Lynch. Her song “Three Chords and the Truth” is include in the BBC TV show “Case Histories”
In 2013 Lynn was nominated for an Edmonton Theatre Sterling Award for best musical score, along with her guitar player Keith Glass.
Lynn was an instructor in Carleton University’s popular music program for five years, teaching performance and songwriting.
She recently performed an evening of her music at the National Arts Centre with the National Arts Centre Orchestra.
Lynn has toured and continues to tour across North American, Great Britain and Europe.