Olivia Wik


Olivia Wik is a 19 year old singer/songwriter who recent
Olivia Wik is a 19 year old singer/songwriter who recently signed with Chapter 2 Productions Inc./Cymba Music Publishing. Olivia is a 4-time ACMA nominee (Female Artist & Fan's Choice) and 2014 Edmonton Music Awards nominee (Artist to Watch). She has been entertaining audiences at main events such as the CCMAs 'Diamonds in the Rough Stage' (3 consecutive years), 2013 Royalty Records CCMA Industry party, Calgary Stampede's 'Window on the West' & 'Fluor Rope Square', Big Valley Jamboree, Westerner Days, Summer SendOff Festival, River City Round Up, FarmFair and New Year's Eve at City Hall in Edmonton. Olivia has also performed the national anthem for the Edmonton Eskimos, Edmonton Indy, and Edmonton Prospects. 

Olivia has written and co-written over 150 songs with numerous songwriters from North America, Barbados and England. Earlier this year, Olivia, Sophie Serafino and Dan Hill penned the title track for the 2014 Every Woman Organization compilation CD, called Be Yourself, produced by Rob Wells at OCL Studios. The country hit song, #Awesome, was co-written with songwriter Chard Morrison and released by Connor James in May, 2014. This past June, folk/pop singer Rebecca Lappa released her new album and the song Empire was co-written with Olivia. In 2013, Olivia was invited to participate in the prestigious Songworks Camp hosted by the Songwriters Association of Canada (SAC) and Vince Degiorgio, where Olivia collaborated with top producers Rob Wells, Ari Rhodes and Dan Davidson & Canadian artists Bryan Finlay, Jimmy Whiffen, Cecil Frena, Sophie Serafino and Rachel Woznow.  It was during this camp that Olivia, Rob Wells and Bryan Finlay wrote the pop hit song 'She's So Hepburn' which was released by YTV's 2014 The Next Star contestant Ryland Clark. 

In 2012, Olivia's talents caught the ear of TV producer/host Michael-Ann Rowe of the Emmy award winning Detroit PBS show "Off the Beaten Palate". Rowe heard Olivia's song 'Alberta Pride' and requested to use it in her TV series. She then asked Olivia to write a specific song for the series and the result was 'Taste the Sun'. This song was produced by Danny Colomby and used in the Ontario and Alberta segments of the Canadian food & travel show which aired June, 2013. 

As winner of the 2012 Global Country Talent Search (Youth), Olivia traveled to Nashville and Pigeon Forge for the 2013 NACMAI (North American Country Music Associations International) competition. In the 17-20 division, Olivia won awards for International Female Vocalist, International Female Entertainer, Songwriter, and Co-Songwriter (w/ Larry Wayne Clark). 

Olivia has been involved with several charities. She was part of the 2nd Annual Block Party for Ronald MacDonald House in Edmonton, along with The Road Hammers, Alee, Livy Jeanne, and Mandy McMillan. Olivia provided entertainment for the 5th Annual Helping Families Annual Art Exhibit in support of the Helping Families Handle Cancer Foundation. In October , 2013, she was one of the opening acts for the band PRISM in support of the Dreamcatcher Foundation. Olivia was the sole entertainer for the official launch of the Strathcona County's 2011 Relay for Life Cancer fundraiser, performing at various locations in Alberta's Capital Region and has entertained at several events such as the 2012 Tulong Sa Kapwa benefit for Philippine flood victims, Invisible Children Benefit concert, Run Wild Marathon, Adam Stock and Playing for Change. 

'Music Makes it Better'

  • Songwriter, Chapter 2 Productions Inc./Cymba Music Publishing 
  • She's So Hepburn - Olivia Wik/Bryan Finlay/Rob Wells, released by Ryland Clark
  • Empire - Olivia Wik/Rebecca Lappa, released by Rebecca Lappa 
  • ​#Awesome - Olivia Wik/Chard Morrison, released by Connor James
  • Be Yourself - Title Track for 2014 Every Woman Compilation CD, co-written with Sophie Serafino, Dan Hill, Rob Wells (producer)
  • Nominee, ACMA Female Artist of the Year, Song of the Year & Fan's Choice
  • Nominee, Edmonton Music Awards - Artist to Watch
  • Finalist, Calgary FolkFest Songwriting Contest
  • Finalist, Youth at the Blues



  •             TV Song Credits - 'Alberta Pride' & 'Taste the Sun' ,Detroit PBS series 'Off the Beaten Palate'   
  •         Winner, NACMAI International Female Entertainer & Female Vocalist (New Modern Country,      Youth)
  •             Winner, NACMAI International Songwriter & Co-Songwriter (w/ Larry Wayne Clark) (New  Modern  Country, Youth)
  •             Finalist, Calgary Folk Fest Songwriting Contest
  •             Semi-Finalist, UK Songwriting Contest - 'Taste the Sun'
  •         Nominee, ACMA Female Artist of the Year and Fan's Choice 








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Olivia's Big Win

Olivia Wik can add another musical accomplishment to her growing resume. The 16 year old, who performed at the Canadian Country Music Awards in September, took top prize at the Global Country Vocal Showcase finals on Tuesday, Nov. 8 at the Mayfield Trade Centre in Edmonton. The showcase was hel...
Strathcona singer wins Star Search

After seeing one of her good friends win the competition last year, Sherwood Park resident Olivia Wik won the 2012 Global Country Star Search's junior division contest. Wik competed in May against five other singers from the Edmonton area at the Arden Theatre in St. Albert. Despite ending up the w...
Canadian Musician Magazine Showcase

For an artist that hasn’t even reached age 20 yet, Edmonton’s Olivia Wik is making mighty big waves in the Canadian country music industry. Having performed at the Canadian Country Music Awards, the Calgary Stampede, and the Big Valley Jamboree, Wik is quickly becoming an in-demand sensation. She ...
Helping Families Handle Cancer Foundation
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New Year's Eve - City Hall Edmonton

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