About KarenFowlie


Winter 2019



Recipient of the 2018 West Vancouver Arts and Cultural Award, Karen Fowlie is in the process of releasing 2 videos for her original Christmas songs “Christmas is Tomorrow” and “Fly”.  


1.   A LIVE PERFORMANCE VIDEO of “Christmas is Tomorrow” will be premiered Monday December 16, 2019 at 7:30 pm GMT/PST.  The video was captured at Fowlie’s play that she wrote, produced and performed at the Kay Meek Centre of the Performing Arts.  Please join Karen and her band online to chat as the video premieres.   Youtube watch link (LIVE TO PUBLIC ON DEC 16):   https://youtu.be/tYJIjHidzqI

2.     In addition, Karen is pleased to announce the release of a NEW LYRIC VIDEO for “Fly”.  Fowlie worked with producer/musician Terri Breeze and the video was released earlier this December.   Youtube watch link:  https://youtu.be/B2I8y9QKhO4   


       "The song 'Fly' is a dreamy musical wish for peace during the festive season.” says Fowlie. 


The audio stream for both “Fly” and “Christmas is Tomorrow” can be found on “A Caulfeild Cove Christmas” EP (Spotify, Apple music and other major distributors).   https://open.spotify.com/album/0Ep6F1bojZCYUx928n4aAN?si=LTr6mkwgSpGjgxl7xp9mig


         “It’s not a typo”, blonde haired Fowlie says with a laugh in her voice. “An area in West Vancouver is named after Sir Francis Caulfeild and is correctly spelled with an ‘e’ before the ‘i”

Prior to that, Karen reached out to Mandarin speakers when she released a cover of "The Moon Represent My Heart" in Chinese.  Fowlie later performed the song in a TV broadcast to China with her band and later appeared on TV talk show "Leisure Talk" as a special guest.  On the show, Karen spoke about music’s ability to bring people of all cultures together. 


Karen’s earlier musical thoughts were released on her first CD called "Pushing the Edge".  Songs were added to the “Make a Case Against Racism” CD, “Thunderstruck 9” extreme snowmobiling DVD and songs were featured in the Province Newspaper Playlist. Karen’s songs also represented BC in a trade mission to Japan.  Karen was later distinguished by BC’s Attorney General Wally Oppal when he acknowledged “Tell Me”, Karen’s song about overcoming bullying.    





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