Rhiannon Deline
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Rhiannon Deline

Toronto, Ontario, Canada | SELF

Toronto, Ontario, Canada | SELF
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"Local Rocker to Inspire Walkers at Relay for Life"

Participants in this year’s Relay for Life on June 17 will start the 12-hour walkathon with a boost of energy from Brampton’s own rock ‘n’ roll sensation Rhiannon Deline.
The 17-year-old (18 as of June 20) was recruited by organizers to sing the Canadian National Anthem and continue with a 30-minute set to kick off the relay. Deline will perform an inspirational song to launch the emotional first lap of the evening, which is reserved for cancer survivors.
She will follow with four of her original songs, currently being produced for her debut album, and one cover song, an acoustic version of Don Henley’s Boys of Summer.
“Some of my songs have those messages (of hope and inspiration),” said Deline, a recent graduate of Mayfield’s Regional Arts Music Program. “Songs about breaking free, and letting go of fears. They are songs that anyone can relate to.”
Deline describes her style of music as pop rock, and said a great deal of her inspiration comes from bands her parents listened to when she was growing up—bands like Led Zeppelin and Guns N’ Roses. However, she’s taken that edgy rock sound and given it her own pop twist, making it more appealing to the masses.
Working on her first album, Deline suspects it will be ready for release in spring of 2012. All of the songs are original, written by herself and in collaboration with two co-writers.
The young rocker has about 10 years of singing and performing experience under her belt “with just about every theatre in Brampton,” she said.
This concert, however, will be her frist public performance featuring the music from her upcoming album.
The evening will continue with artists of all genres, entertaining the walkers as they trek on until early morning.
Relay for Life takes place June 17 at the Brampton Fairgrounds and raises funds and awareness for cancer. The evening begins at 7 p.m. with the National Anthem and survivor walk, and continues until 7 a.m.
For more information on Deline go here, for information on Relay for Life go here. - Brampton Guardian


Still working on that hot first release.



Rhiannon Mary-Rose Deline was born June 20th, 1993. She was the youngest of three girls, but the one with the biggest voice. At a very young age Rhiannon, began singing everywhere she went, and at 9 years old began taking lessons with various instructors and vocal groups geared towards her age. Rhiannon would sing with a sweet voice, letting out musical theatre melodies until one day, while in rehearsal for a play, she was asked to belt out a song. After that moment, Rhiannon began singing with a tremendous belt, and over the last 10 years developed a four octave vocal range.

Rhiannon started working with musical theatre groups, fulfilling a love she has for theatre and musicals. In 2007, she began working with musician Enzo Lapadula, Tom Marchese, Igor Lazebnik, Phil Naro and manager Kristine Marchese at DYT Productions, and immediately fell in love with the pure sound of Rock n’ Roll. Rhiannon began tackling covers of Black Sabbath, Led Zeppelin, Guns n’ Roses, and Janis Joplin, and found her calling as a female rock vocalist.

Her performance style changed as well leaving behind the conservative format of musical theatre, and embracing the loud and in your face attitude of good ol’ Rock n’ Roll. Since this spectacular transformation, Rhiannon has covered all kinds of rock anthems, and has performed at some of the great classic concert venues in Toronto, perfecting her Rock n’ Roll personae.

In 2010, Rhiannon was showcased at The Rose Theatre, performing for the first time, her brand new original song, Dream Called Life.

This pop/rock collaboration between Tom Marchese, Enzo Lapadula and Rhiannon herself, excelled in the Bon Jovi Super Band Contest in early April 2010, and made its way to the semi-finals.

For the last several years Rhiannon has been performing with groups, Rock Candy, Stillwind and Classic Rewind. Since the end of 2010, Rhiannon has put her solo career full speed ahead and has been focussing on her song writing.

In June 2011 Rhiannon will say goodbye to her days as a member of these phenomenal bands, and begin her new adventures as one of the best sought after female rock vocalists of this decade.

Her determination and tenacity make her a force to be reckoned with, a house hold name in years to come. Rhiannon is an unbelievable performer, who blends grace, sex appeal and a down and dirty attitude so well, that you can’t take your eyes off of her on stage.

She has a voice that can be sultry or threatening depending on the song, and quick fingers to attack any violin, piano or guitar. She is currently in the writing process, creating what could quite possibly be the next rock anthem for this generation. She will be in the studio recording this July, with an album release date of September 2011.

Stay tuned to your radio……..the powerful, sultry and sexy voice of Rhiannon Deline will be coming to you soon….