Emilie-Claire Barlow is a Canadian singer, arranger, record producer, and voice actress. She has released several albums on her label, Empress Music Group, and has voiced characters for animated television series. She sings in English, French, and Portuguese. Barlow's first album, Sings, was released in 1998. She has received seven nominations for Canada's Juno Awards with her album Seule ce soir winning for best Jazz Vocal Recording in 2013 and Clear Day winning the same award in 2016. Seule ce soir also won Album of the Year – Jazz Interpretation at the 2013 ADISQ Awards. Barlow was also nominated for the Jack Richardson Producer of the Year Award at the 2016 Juno Awards. Barlow was named Female Vocalist of the Year at the 2008 National Jazz Awards. She has named as influences Ella Fitzgerald, Tony Bennett, and Stevie Wonder.
|Born:||June 6, 1976, Toronto, Ontario, Canada|
|Occupation:||Singer, arranger, voice actress|
|Parents:||Brian Barlow (father), Judy Tate (mother)|
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About Emilie-Claire Barlow
Canadian singer and voice impersonator who has performed voices in a number of animated television shows like 6teen, Wayside, and Total Drama: All Stars.
She played many instruments and sang in television commercials.
At the 2008 National Jazz Awards she was awarded the honor of Female Vocalist of the Year.
Her mother was a singer and her father played jazz drums.
Stevie Wonder is one of her musical influences.
Information related to Emilie-Claire Barlow
- Canadian jazz singers
- Canadian female jazz singers
- Canadian voice actresses
- Actresses from Toronto
- 20th-century Canadian singers
- 20th-century Canadian actresses
- 21st-century Canadian actresses
- 21st-century Canadian singers