11-year-old To Sing

March 06, 1991

Eleven-year-old country singer Kim Sigler will perform with her band Desert Wind at 7 p.m. Saturday, March 30, at the Odenton Fire Hall, Route 175.

Cover charge for the show is $8 for adults and $6 for children younger than 13. Advance reservations may be obtained at a discount of $1.

The Fredericksburg, Va., native first appeared in public May 1987at the Shriner's Temple in Fairfax, Va. She has appeared on a live television broadcast at RCC-TV in her hometown.

More recently, Sigler tours on her own bus with her four-piece band. She has performed in Opryland USA in Nashville, and the Hickory Hollow Mall where she was backed by country music legend Chet Atkins.

She opened at the Freedom Festival in Virginia for headliners Patty Loveless, Crystal Gayle and Waylon Jennings. Sigler won a live radio contest in Nashville in 1989 and has performed live on West Virginia radio.

Sigler madeher debut in the Laurel area, performing with her band at the Irish Pub in the Montpelier Shopping Center and then at Latela's Club in Jessup in January.

Country Plus, a country oldies magazine, named her Favorite Local Up-and-Coming Performer -- less than 18 years of age.

The Ladies Auxiliary will sell hot dogs, hamburgers, barbecue sandwiches and soft drinks. Information: 490-5205.

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