Miriam brings together a very special kind of music, especially with her Swiss and western yodels. She has built a reputation over several years with her stunning yodelling, beautiful melodic voice and warm, heartfelt & intense performances. Her repertoire spans from old traditional country, bluegrass, gospel and more.
She has won 23 music awards in the past few years including a lifetime achievement award and has been the recipient of three international and four Canadian awards for yodeller. She has been a finalist in the Senior Star search three times. Miriam has achieved the success to a Platinum which is equivalent of a gold medal. The House of Commons in Ottawa has presented her with a beautiful prestigious award for her accomplishment in the music industry.
In January 2013, Miriam was presented by the Governor General of Alberta, Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee medal. She received the Lifetime Achievement award by the AWCM, favorite artist, favorite entertainer, children’s ministry, and in 2018, an award for entertaining seniors and providing and helping them with reports to the government.
She has performances in various provinces across Canada and the US and did a special performance for Council General of Switzerland. She entertains at cowboy gatherings, rodeos, women’s shows, churches, weddings, anniversaries and seniors residences and hospitals.
Miriam has opened shows for professional artists like Gary Fjellgaard, George Hamilton IV, Baxter Black, Jack Jackson, Riders in the Sky, Roy Rodgers (Dusty), Red Stegal and many others.
She was the Executive Producer of the annual Yodelfest in Airdrie, Alberta, with every year a sell out crowd for eleven years.
CD – Yodels of the Prairie
CD – Yodels of Sunshine
CD – Yodels of Love
CD – Yodels of Blessings
CD – Yodels of Christmas
CD – Yodels of the Mountains
CD – Best of Yodels*
*dedicated to Miriam’s son that passed away. It includes the song “The Songbirds Are Singing In Heaven. All proceeds directed towards music scholarship in memory of her son or one year of lessons to a young person who would like to learn music but his family are unable to afford the cost.