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Livy Jeanne / Press

“new local artist is breaking into the country music world with an unstoppable momentum, and with ambition that has propelled her since she was only 12 years old. Livy Jeanne, now 15, has managed to get her name out there, winning a variety of prestigious competitions and working on her first CD, to be released in September 2010. Jeanne, a student at Ardrossan high school, was crowned the winner of the 13-17-year-old division of the Global Country Star Search held in Edmonton on May 8. Winning the competition means that in March 2011, Jeanne will be flying down to Nashville, where she will get to visit the legendary Grand Ole Opry and its Hall of Fame. There is even the possibility that, while on her trip, Jeanne will get to perform at the world-famous Tootsies' Lounge, where Willie Nelson started his career and Dean Martin performed a filmed summer show. ”

“Now 15, her maturity belies her age, as does her voice, which is rich, soulful and achingly beautiful. She is already an accomplished singer/songwriter, and a self-taught guitar player. She has won talent competitions across Western Canada and earlier this month opened for Canadian singing legend Dan Hill when he appeared at a prestigious resort in Comox, B.C. ”

“Sproule says, "At first I was drawn to the beauty of her singing voice. Then I got shivers as I realized the lyrics resonated with the theme of Bordertown Café perfectly.”

Comox Valley Echo
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