Québec City singer-songwriter Jordane has crossed the country, turning heads with stunning renditions of Canadian folk classics. After being the front woman of a band called Tous Azimuts, she is ready to make a name for herself as a solo artist. Gifted with a warm, flexible voice, Jordane has found success with her debut album Folk Expression, which consists of cover songs of major Canadian folk performers. The record achieved success across Canada, with the relatives of poet Leonard Cohen declaring themselves honoured by her interpretation of "Chelsea Hotel No.2". Her influences include Joni Mitchell, Leonard Cohen, Fred Pellerin, Bob Dylan, and Neil Young.
Artist you’d like to open for?
Which artist, dead or alive, would you choose to perform with?
Adam Cohen. He already knows my material and likes what I do. He’s at the top of his game. Great producer.
What is your motto?
Follow your inner moonlight.
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