BIO

Karissa Hoffart is a Country Singer | Songwriter, living in Weyburn, Saskatchewan (SK) Canada, but her source of inspiration comes from the farm she grew up on near Minton, SK.  

 

Karissa’s passion for singing is rooted in her childhood as far back as she can remember, along with her desire to care for people.  In 2018, Karissa graduated from the U of R with her Nursing Degree and is currently working in Weyburn.  Karissa has performed on many stages throughout her short career, Casino Regina, Telemiracle, Main Stage at Craven Jamboree (now known as Country Thunder).

 

Her fun loving, yet competitive nature and desire to develop her career as an artist, she needed to be performing and one way she did this was through competitions.  This had her competing in and winning numerous competitions:

  • “The Shot” – Toronto, Ontario, Canada- 2019, Top 20

  • Country Showdown – New Mexico, USA – 2019, Top 25

  • Estevan Sings – Estevan, Saskatchewan, Canada 2019, Winner

  • GX94 Star Search – Yorkton, SK Canada 2015, Winner

  • CKRM Big Country Talent Competition – Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada

 

As she advanced her music career, she developed her voice!  A voice that comes with a message through words in song.  Karissa is a passionate artist and song writer, with numerous songs in her portfolio. She is writing and producing new songs as we speak!

 

You can listen to Karissa on iTunesYouTube, Amazon Music and Spotify.

COVID-19 is always on my mind, so I thought I would share my inner thoughts with you.  

 

In addition to my music career, I work full time as a Nurse Manager at a continuing care facility, providing care for people of all ages..  My clients really keep me going, sometimes sending me home at the end of the day with inspiration for new songs. 

 

These have been some of the toughest days we have ever faced.  But we will get through this.

 

How are we doing, well, I continue to put my patients first providing them with a holistic approach on their healthcare that consists of physical, mental, spiritual and emotional health.

 

If you have someone in a long term care facility -  Take a moment out of your day to reach out, say hello, draw a picture or swing by the home and give your loved ones a wave.  This will truly go a long way.  I see it every day in the faces of my patients.

My cowboy boots will always keep me grounded and remind me of where I came from.  Home is where my heart is.

-Karissa

 

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