The Canadian Songwriters Hall of Fame announced Wednesday the recipients of the Slate Music Prize, which has been rewarding the country’s top emerging songwriters since 2011.
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Quebecer Lou-Adrien Cassidy and Ontarian Eli Brown were crowned. In addition to receiving a scholarship, the winners will be invited to the 2022 Gala on September 24 at Massey Hall in Toronto.
” Lou-Adriane Cassidy says to you: Good evening The album was a major turning point in my journey as a songwriter. I’m very proud and I had a lot of fun writing and recording. It touches me even more that this work has been honored by the Canadian Songwriters Hall of Fame,” Lou-Adrienne Cassidy said in a press release.
This year forty applications were analyzed by two juries, one French-speaking and one English-speaking, composed of 13 experts from the music industry. Among the previous recipients we find, in particular, Ariane Roy, Mustafa, Les Louvances and Charlotte Cardin.
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