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The Heels are Canada’s country music girl-band comprised of three talented women; Bobbi Smith, Brittni Dominelli and Kyla Rawlins. Awarded in 2016 by the BC Country Music Association, The Heels have since played and headlined notable festivals and stages including The Calgary Stampede, Kelowna’sGreat Okanagan Beer Festival, Big White Craft & Country Fest, and The Vancouver Island Exhibition -opening for Canadian country music duo Doc Walker. The Heels have played sold-out Vancouver music hotspots, while most recently touring western Canada's live music and festival scene. The singer-songwriters wrote the winning song “Red, White & Red” for Canada’s 150thCelebration at The Calgary Stampede.


The trio is currently working with a number of industry professionals writing and recording with award-winning producer Jeff Johnson, (Bailey Way Entertainment -Dallas Smith, George Canyon, The Chris Buck Band, Megan Patrick) and producer Carly McKillip of the Canadian country music duo, One More Girl. 

Bobbi Smith is a country music recording artist with a career spanning two decades. With ten national radio releases, two albums and three BCCMA award, Bobbi Smith has performed with Shania Twain, toured with Terri Clark, Farmer’s Daughter, and cowboy country legends Don Williams and Chris LeDoux. 


Brittni Dominelli has grown up on stage singing harmonies and playing guitar in her father's rock band. Brittni owns and operates her own successful makeup artistry business within the Arts and Entertainment industry. She has worked on music video shoots with major names in country music such as; One More Girl, Wes Mack, King and Cash and Cory Marguadt. 


Kyla Rawlins has been performing since the young age of 7, acting in major Commercial TV and Feature Films. Kyla attended the Canadian College of Performing Arts and Vancouver Island University mastering Classical, Jazz, Musical Theatre, Rock, and Pop. With  two full-length

albums of original music, Kyla is also a successful business owner of a plant-based food chain of cafes called Buddha-Full. 


The Heels have been compared The Dixie Chicks, Fleetwood Mac, and Little Big Town, offering a high-energy show filled with original music that fuses a mix of country, rock and soul. 


"The Heels are a country trio on the horizon that you won't want to miss!" 

-Carly McKillip of One More Girl