Jamie Fine’s music might be the only thing that’s as lively as her personality. A proud open book, the Ottawa-born singer, songwriter, and artist is smart, talented, hilarious, and most of all honest. She’s the kind of dynamic presence who inspires the rest of us to be a little bit louder, a tad more fearless, and just better all around. As a kid, Jamie gravitated towards music. It provided solace from bullying and moments when her family just didn’t understand. In addition to listening to Black Eyed Peas, and Nickelback, she loved hip-hop, spinning old school J. Cole on repeat in between performing at multicultural shows in high school. She opted to attend culinary school instead of university and launched her own catering business upon graduating. Following a creative awakening, she chose to quit the business and pursue music full-time in 2017. She reached platinum heights in the duo Elijah Woods x Jamie Fine, scoring a series of smashes in Canada. 2020 saw her step out solo and craft a signature style of her own. Now, she properly introduces herself on a series of singles and her forthcoming debut EP for Universal Music Canada, beginning with “Confessions.”
Danielle Doel is a modern jazz musician who began her career at 15 years old in Hamilton, Ontario as the lead vocalist for the Hamilton All Star Jazz Band for four consecutive years.
By 18 years old, she was performing among many exceptionally talented musicians in several groups where she featured at weddings, banquet hall events, restaurants, festivals, and more.
Throughout her career, she has taught both voice and piano to young and enthusiastic developing musicians, and has hosted high-school group clinic sessions where she taught voice techniques to large groups of passionate students.
She now continues to engage in her passion for music as she excitedly develops her first original album.