Girls to the Front Songwriters Circle
Hosted by Julie Corrigan
Featuring Rahael Yohannes & Danielle Allard
Monday January 21, 2019
Singer-Songwriter. Chameleon. Her tender voice and her combination of jazz, folk, pop, and blues will leave you pleasantly astounded. Danielle Allard has been performing publicly for over 15 years and graced stages across Canada and Europe. After a tour of Germany and Portugal last year, Allard featured on the main stage at Ottawa’s CityFolk Festival and performed a showcase at the annual Folk Music Ontario conference. Her other festival appearances include performances at RBC Bluesfest, Marvest, and the Ottawa Jazz Festival. She has also been a featured performer at festivals outside of the city, performing in Toronto’s TwimFest and Calabogie’s Mountain Man Music Festival. Her highly-anticipated third album, Passing Notes, was released in May 2018. She is known for her charity work in the nation’s capital, donating over 30 performances to various charities each year. Apart from her music, she is a community builder, teaching public relations and marketing at Algonquin College and working with local emerging artists and entrepreneurs in social media marketing and business strategy.
Julie Corrigan –
Born and raised in the Ottawa Valley, Julie Corrigan is a warm & soulful country singer/songwriter hailing from the small town of Shawville Quebec.
Known for her stunning live performances around the Ottawa Valley and across Canada, Julie’s lifelong songwriting growth culminated in the summer of 2017 when she performed at Ottawa Bluesfest.
Julie has been featured on CBC Radio and CKCU FM, in which “The Language” was the #1 played album of the year in 2015.