Diane Tell - Sondz

Overview

Diane Tell (born December 24, 1959) is a Canadian musician who was born in Quebec City, Quebec. She entered the Val d’Or conservatory at the age of six. She continued her studies at the Montréal conservatory and then at CEGEP Saint-Laurent and she wrote her first songs at the age of twelve. As one of Québec's pioneering female singer-songwriters, she proposed her personal repertoire over the course of her first four albums. She won six Félix prizes before the age of 25: breakout artist, best artist, best album, best song and, twice, songwriter of the year. Several of her songs have become SOCAN Classics and Si j’étais un homme was inducted in the Canadian Songwriters Hall of Fame in 2017. She earned a MIDEM Award for her album Chimères and a Victoire Award for her album Faire à nouveau connaissance. In 1990, she was chosen by Plamondon, Berger and Savary to play a leading role in the musical La légende de Jimmy. Following t...

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Legal nameDiane Fortin
Also performed asDiane Fortin
Born24 Dec. 1959 (Age: 62), in Québec City
AreaCanada
Years active45
StatusActive
Role(s)Producer (executive)Vocal
Label(s)Tuta MusicColumbiaPathé Marconi EMIPolydorSony MusicDisc'AzEMICelluloidDisques PleiadesEMI France
Label managementTuta Music (label founder)Tuta Music (personal label)

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