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The best kept secret in music


The crowd of over 30,000 fans was hushed as KiSara (Kim and Sara) hit centre field to sing both national anthems at our third annual Autism Day at the Rogers Centre on July 21. Sara's enthusiasm was unbounded as her mom stepped back with pride and Sara threw her heart and soul into "O Canada".
It brought tears to our eyes and made us proud to be Canadian and even prouder to have Sara show one of the many talents that people with Autism can share.
- Autism Matters - Autism Ontario


Let's Open the Window ; 1994, Heartfelt Music
Heartbeat; 2001, International Plowing Match Compilation Cd
Possibilities; 2004, Heartfelt Music
Possibilities Special Edition; 2004 in collaboration with Autism Ontario


Feeling a bit camera shy


When Kim picked up her first guitar at the age of 10 the love of music and storytelling became firmly rooted in her soul. The call of the stage came later in life when Kim had her own family.

So began a journey to many regional bands, pubs and halls, theatre and songwriting performances as Kim juggled the demands of family while continuing to build her songwriting and vocal talents.

Imagine her amazement when her young daughter, born into the realm of Autism, picked up a microphone and began to sing. Sara had no words at this point (age 4) but her beautiful voice welled straight up from a soul that craved a connection to others.

Detour, Kim's current band, welcomed Sara on stage often and encouraged her development as an artist. Kim & Sara's folk/country/pop sound blended well with their southern country rock/ blues attitude and audience.

Now in 2007 they are kicking off their "Kaleidoscope Ride" Tour. They are currently working on new material for their first full album and performing both for general audiences as well as special events delivering their message of celebrating diversity and "possibilities".