Superstar power of Victoria Blackie charts fourth single record off her Wanted Man album

Native American artist Victoria Blackie returns to the roots charts in country music with her 4th charted record of hits in 2010. The Chicago Tribune calls Victoria Blackie the only real country artist left in Nashville’s climate of pop records. .
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Victoria Blackie
Victoria Blackie
Oct. 31, 2010 - PRLog -- Hollywood-Nashville-New York – The superstar power of Native American award winning artist Victoria Blackie has put a 4th single record in the roots charts of country music in 2010.  Victoria is the most sought after Native American artist in country music today having swept the ISMU awards and getting nominated for 8 big NAMMY awards in New York this year. The media, radio and television love her soft spoken confidence and powerful Martina McBride type vocals.  Her current album project was produced by grizzled Hall Of Fame producer Robert Metzgar.

Victoria is Navajo and she comes from a background of family values and positive country music in Salt Lake City, Utah.  Her album of hit songs has a slate of Nashville starmakers that are all on her team. From her producers to the songwriters that have helped her with a bevy of national hits,  Victoria has set a record for female artists.  Only Clint Black’s album of 5 hit singles off his debut album by the same title has come even close to the number of hits from a debut CD by a new artist.  Victoria has the elite management skills of Martha Chavez who has coached Victoria to so many awards in country music.  See

The AIRA has nominated Victoria the AIRA Female Vocalist of the Year for her international airplay that has rung up big hit records in Europe, Canada, Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific Rim.  The Academy Of International Recording Artists recognizes new artists who have scored big in the international charts on the Pacers Radio Network.  If  you read the scores of press articles on Victoria’s website, you’ll find the album "Wanted Man" has one thing in common from all the newspapers, magazines and television interviews.  The album is pure country music with one of the most unique contemporary sounds found at radio stations across the worldwide audience of Victoria Blackie.

Huntleigh Price wrote an incredible piece on Victoria in which he proclaims her a sure star among country music’s great power vocalists in today’s tough county environment.  He said, “Truth is... that Victoria has a bigger voice than most Nashville stars and she is a genuinely talented beauty that can sing with powerful emotion.  She has a world of hungry fans waiting to make her the next big star of the Grand Ole Opry.”

Victoria has done all of this without the millions in major label backing that the American Idol winners have to count on.  She launched her career on a shoe string budget and has made her way in the music business the old fashioned way by touring and performing at a high level of professional integrity with her band at casinos, fairs, festivals and charitable events.  You can purchase the award winning album project by going to

For further information on the music career of Victoria Blackie contact

Martha Chavez, Manager
Capitol Management Group
330 Franklin Road
Brentwood, TN 37027-3282
800-767-4984 (toll free)
615-321-0600 (main)
615-338-4407 (fax)

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