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Loma Lyns (country, folk)

Loma Lynn Rowlinson (formerly Mathias), known professionally as Loma Lyns, is a Canadian singer-songwriter and television personality. Her single "Red Handed" was a Top 40 hit on the Canadian country charts in 1990, and her single "Countin' on You This Time" was a Top 40 hit in Europe. She also had chart success in 1998 with "Love Me, I'm Alive", the theme song for the Canadian Special Olympics which she co-wrote with Chuck Labelle.  In 2017 she was inducted into the Northern Ontario Opry Hall of Fame.

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Red Handed - 1991

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