Kendel Carson
Kendel Carson

Kendel Carson Biography (Wikipedia)

Kendel Carson (born c. 1985) is a Canadian singer and fiddler. She performs with the folk music band The Paperboys, but is best known internationally as a roots/country solo artist.

She was born in Alberta, and at the age of seven she moved with her family to Victoria, British Columbia. She started to play the violin at age three. She studied classical music, and at age twelve she and her brother Tyler Carson were regular soloists for a children’s concert series with the Victoria Symphony. In 2003, she played with the National Youth Orchestra of Canada.

Along with her interest in classical music, she and her brother enjoyed other genres of music and they performed as buskers on the streets of Victoria. She once played an impromptu fiddle accompaniment for Spirit of the West. Following her stint with the Youth Orchestra, she joined the Celtic rock group The Paperboys in Vancouver on the strength of her experience with Spirit of the West. She also performed with Spirit of the West at several shows in 2012 when regular member Geoffrey Kelly was ill.

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