Christina can fill a room with her rich, resonant, out-of-this era voice and move
you with her honest, charismatic delivery. Once described as a full-bodied glass of red
wine, her sound is reminiscent of the soul-stirring vocals you would have heard flowing from
a transistor radio in the late 50’s. You will understand why Hutt has been dubbed “the
voice” in her hometown of Muskoka, Ontario. She welcomes you into the secrets of her
heart with fierce passion and endearing spirit. Christina’s ease in a diversity of genres
brings a captivating quality to her performances. The lyrics in her song “Cracks & Crevices”
take you deep into the chilling darkness of emotional anguish while her tune “Fifteen
Shades” makes you feel like you just might just be at a Patsy Cline Tribute Show.
Hutt’s original song “I Should Have Changed” was just placed in the top 10 female songs of 2022 in BLUES AND ROOTS RADIO INTERNATIONAL SONG CONTEST. This small town country girl is currently writing and recording new music with Canadian Music Hall Of Fame inductee, multi-instrumentalist, producer, Jeff Bird of the legendary Cowboy Junkies as well as singer/songwriter producer, Sue Smith.
!!!ANNOUNCEMENT!!! Christina has started releasing her new EP, “Between The Knowing”. Her new singles, “Rookie In A Veteran’s Chair” and ” Thought You’d Always Be My Man”, are now streaming on most music platforms. Be sure to visit and subscribe to her YouTube channel to view new videos @ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCt-ZYHMHLRXjR8EJSpQaOCg. Also, follow her on Facebook @ https://www.facebook.com/ChristinaHuttMusic/ and instagram @ https://www.instagram.com/christinahuttmusic/
Christina resides in Kearney, Ontario not far from her hometown, Sprucedale. She was drawn to music at the age of five when her parents bought her a wireless microphone and a Tina Turner album. She continues to be influenced by many artists, recognizing the soul in Etta James, Patsy Cline’s art of delivering a song, the poetry of Leonard Cohen, the warmth of Mary Chapin Carpenter, and the camaraderie of The Cowboy Junkies, to mention a few.
Six years ago Christina began pursuing her dream to sing and perform music full time. Wholly determined, she launched herself out of her comfort zone on a mission to improve her chops and gain experience. Christina is now well known throughout Central Ontario for her passionate singing and her unique and resonant voice.
In the past several years Christina has performed on the VIA RAIL coast to coast train across Canada; released an EP; recorded backup vocals for Kerrville Folk Award winner Jon Brooks; and performed with Juno Award winner Blues artist Paul Reddick. Hutt has also worked with and been mentored by Juno award winner Blues singer, Rita Chiarelli, and one of Canada’s finest folk artists, Katherine Wheatley. Christina has opened for Canadian Country singers, Tim Hicks and Tyler Joe Miller as well as Juno Award winner Blues artist Paul James and Canadian Folk Singer Craig Cardiff.
“She’s the real deal” ~ Jeff Bird, Cowboy Junkies
“Music for the mind and heart from a woman with a unique voice. Songs from her heart to yours” ~ Richard Flohil, Promoter & Publicist
“Christina’s voice is pure passion and not to be missed” ~ Rita Chiarelli
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