About Nadia Gaudet
Winnipeg songstress Nadia Gaudet’s emotionally charged songs and captivating stage presence have lead to numerous awards on the francophone music scene. She was a finalist at the renowned Festival international de la chanson de Granby in 2003 and she was named as a Sacré Talents by Montreal’s Radio-Canada in 2004. She experiments with eerie melodies, ethereal harmonies, melding English and French lyrics, drawing from her Métis heritage, and continually pushing the limits of her musicality as a singer-songwriter and pianist. She released her first full length album in 2006, which was nominated for a Western Canadian Music Award. Influenced by the 7 piece post-rock band …and then nothing, she went on to release a self-titled EP in 2010, highlighting her penchant for ambient pop melodies and electronic beats. The nocturnal nature of her sound draws from her ghostly singing style, honest lyrics and dreamy piano melodies.