LA session singer turned feature vocalist. Most recently known for commercial work, including David LaChapelle's Smirnoff spot starring Amber Rose, the popular international 2011 Fanta "Vision" campaign and national advertisements for "Living Social." Also works frequently in film and television as a soundtrack contributor on numerous projects, including Disney's "My Babysitter's a Vampire", Image's horror anthology "Chillerama" and the science fiction film "Devolution: Reckoning." With a unique blend of blues, pop and soul, Nadeau's popular debut album "Granite State" (2009) led to a series of sold out shows on the stages of the Sunset Strip, including House of Blues, Key Club and the Whiskey a Go Go. Her follow-up album "Armor" was released in 2011 to successful sales on Amazon, Itunes and Rhapsody. Her songwriting collaborator is Adam Williams of Powerman 5000, and she also sings with the acclaimed R&B singer Sabrina Vargas as well as Richard Conti's 'The Marches'.