Caroline Savoie
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Caroline Savoie

Dieppe, New Brunswick, Canada | INDIE

Dieppe, New Brunswick, Canada | INDIE
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Just Sayin' (5 song EP released 2011/10)



Caroline's youth, passion, candor and simplicity bring a soulful breath of fresh air into the local music scene.

Her reach however extends far beyond the local scene. She was recently featured on the cover of Indie Music Reviewer Magazine for their first Women of Indie Issue, boasting "the distinction of being recognized over Grammy award nominees & winners, Rolling Stone Magazine features, VH1 artists, MTV artists, and major festival headliners who did not get picked for this opportunity".
In their words, "Thank you Caroline for bringing your great music and passion to us and we congratulate you on being featured on the cover of our Women of Indie magazine issue" … "The album is surely one of our greatest listens yet."

Self-taught, Caroline learned to play guitar when she was 12 years old, by picking on one received from her maternal grandparents. After several months of practice, her unique voice came to accompany the chords. Despite her young age, a tender 17 years old, the singer-songwriter already has over sixty compositions in both the tongues of Molière that of Shakespeare. Inspired by everyday life events, her songs are heartfelt and moving.

In the Fall of 2011, her songs Chemin perdu and Je t'aime led to garnering top honors at the Sommet de la chanson de Kedgwick, where she also emerged with: the Théâtre Capitol de Moncton prize, the Festival acadien de Caraquet prize, and the Festival d'automne de Kedgwick prize.

It was after a performance on Radio-Canada's Tree of Hope radiothon in November of 2011 that she was invited to interview with host Luc LeBlanc on Radio-Canada Acadie's variety show Luc et Luc (television appearance on December 11, 2011, where she also performed two of her original songs). In May 2012, she garnered top honours in the Solo category of the Accros de la chanson 2012. More recent recently she performed at the Dutch Mason Blues Festival and live on national TV (Radio-Canada) as part of Le spectacle de la Fête nationale de l’Acadie.

Singing and playing guitar has truly become Caroline's biggest passion. In October 2011, she launched her first EP/CD, which showcases her unique sound and creativity. Caroline will enter the studio again this Autumn to record a French album, but in the meantime, she continues to grace venues on the regional scene.