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Jenn Grant


Juno nominee Jenn Grant, has released four albums to her name. Her most recent, and first US released record, The Beautiful Wild, is a depart from the giddy blush of her previous album Honeymoon Punch, and won for ECMA POP Recording of the year. On this album, her prismatic, iridescent voice continues to sparkle over adventurous layers of harp, sitar and flute. Grant’s intuitive ability to express emotion has helped to define her as one of Canada’s premiere vocalists.

Grant has performed across North America and Europe, Japan and Australia. She has shared the stage alongside many of her favorite artists including Kathleen Edwards, Hayden, Hey Rosetta! Feist, The Great Lake Swimmers, The Weakerthans, and Henry Wagons (Australia).

Grant has recently revealed a new side project AquaAlta, which is a recording project and collaboration between Charles Austin (Superfriendz) and Graeme Campbell. Known for their co production on several Buck 65 albums, on which Grant co wrote several songs with Buck 65, including Paper Airplane.

Grant is a lively member of her East Coast Community. Her latest release featuring performances by Rose Cousins, Old Man Leudecke, and 41 members of The Halifax Boys Honor Choir.

Grant resides in Nova Scotia, where she continues to write music and paint. She is a Graduate of NSCAD where she studied painting, drawing and sculpture.
What I Would Change About the Indigenous Plight in CP

What I Would Change About the Indigenous Plight in Canada

Do you know how many beautiful indigenous children there are, right now, living under the poverty line in Canada? Half of all status First Nations children are living in poverty and that number goes up to more than 60% in Saskatchewan and Manitoba. For Métis, non-status and Inuit children the number living in poverty is still shockingly high at 27%.
06/28/2013 12:34 EDT