Bio

Justine Blanchet is a “new country” singer-songwriter from Quebec. Her musical journey earned her many distinctions and outstanding awards as well as notable appearances at the Nashville’s legendary Bluebird Cafe, Big Valley Jamboree, RBC Bluesfest, Global News and the Festival Country de Lotbinière (where she shared the stage with the Reklaws and James Barker Band.)

 

Over the past three years, the young woman has released eight singles which have been played on several Canadian country radio stations. Her songs quickly gained more than 300,000 streams on Spotify and over 1 million views on YouTube. Her singles Heartbeat and Get Out of the Mud rose to the top 50 Judges’ Choice of the CBC Searchlight 2020 et 2021 competition.

Full of insightful lyrics and catchy melodies, her music has been compared to a young Taylor Swift. Blanchet’s writing style is authentic, frequently drawing on her own life experiences and fueled by her strong desire to connect with people through her music. 

 

“I like to tell stories and write about what I know. It’s not about always being happy or being deep, it’s just about being real.” 

But to truly experience the force that is Justine Blanchet, you need to see her perform. No matter the setting, the multi-instrumentalist kicks into another gear once she gets on stage.

 

Whether singing emotional ballads or rip-roaring barn-burners from her own repertoire or well-known covers, Justine captures audiences with her heartfelt and energetic performances. She makes it her mission to connect with everyone: “My live show is where I really get to connect with the crowd and create for them an unforgettable experience.

A New Chapter

As announced recently on her social media, Justine is moving to Nashville for 3 months to write and network in connection for her upcoming EP.

 

To stay updated on all of Justine’s music, live performances, and fan information, visit her social media and join her email list.

Justine Blanchet is a “new country” singer-songwriter from Quebec. Her musical journey earned her many distinctions and outstanding awards as well as notable appearances at the Nashville’s legendary Bluebird Cafe, Big Valley Jamboree, RBC Bluesfest, Global News and the Festival Country de Lotbinière (where she shared the stage with the Reklaws and James Barker Band.)

 

Over the past three years, the young woman has released eight singles which have been played on several Canadian country radio stations. Her songs quickly gained more than 300,000 streams on Spotify and over 1 million views on YouTube. Her singles Heartbeat and Get Out of the Mud rose to the top 50 Judges’ Choice of the CBC Searchlight 2020 et 2021 competition.

 

Full of insightful lyrics and catchy melodies, her music has been compared to a young Taylor Swift. Blanchet’s writing style is authentic, frequently drawing on her own life experiences and fueled by her strong desire to connect with people through her music. “I like to tell stories and write about what I know. It’s not about always being happy or being deep, it’s just about being real.” 

 

But to truly experience the force that is Justine Blanchet, you need to see her perform. No matter the setting, the multi-instrumentalist kicks into another gear once she gets on stage. Whether singing emotional ballads or rip-roaring barn-burners from her own repertoire or well-known covers, Justine captures audiences with her heartfelt and energetic performances. She makes it her mission to connect with everyone: “My live show is where I really get to connect with the crowd and create for them an unforgettable experience.

A New Chapter

As announced recently on her social media, Justine is moving to Nashville for 3 months to write and network in connection for her upcoming EP.


To stay updated on all of Justine’s music, live performances, and fan information, visit her social media and join her email list.