Emilie-Claire Barlow (born 6 June 1976) is a Canadian jazz singer and voice actress. Born to parents who were professional musicians, she was encouraged to sing and study several instruments including piano, cello, clarinet and violin. By age seven she had begun her career, singing television and radio commercials. [1 ]
Barlow's first album
was released in 1998. She has received three nominations for Canada's Sings Juno Awards and was named "Female Vocalist of the Year" at the 2008 National Jazz Awards. [2 ] Amongst her musical influences, Barlow has named artists [3 ] Ella Fitzgerald, Tony Bennett and Stevie Wonder. [4 ]
Barlow has also provided voices for several animated television series, including
Sailor Venus and Sailor Mars in , Sailor Moon and Bakugan Battle Brawlers . Total Drama [5 ]
Her grandfathers were
Cy Leonard and Bob Homme; her father is award-winning jazz drummer Brian Barlow (aka Brian Leonard). [6 ] Her mother, Judy Tate, is a composer, arranger, and singer. [7 ] Her uncle was the late Richard Homme, a Canadian jazz bassist who died 6 May 2011. [6 ] [6 ]
Other singles [ edit ]
Just Around the Corner
Cardcaptor Sakura: The Movie
Sailing on the Real True Love
Loving the World
Touch of Pink
Mood Indigo [8 ] Real Divas -
Torch Light, Vol 1
Gentle Rain [8 ] Real Divas -
Torch Light, Vol 2
All the Diamonds
A Thousand Nights
Melanie Doane Also featuring Kathryn Rose
Filmography [ edit ]
Oh, What a Night Lorraine
Z-Baw Mara (voice)
References [ edit ]
^ Alex Henderson, Emilie-Claire Barlow, Allmusic, retrieved 23 November 2010.
^ Awards Database - Artist Summary (Emilie-Claire Barlow), http://junoawards.ca/, retrieved 23 November 2010.
^ Producer, , Emilie-Claire Barlow ‘Will You Still Be Mine' EJazzNews Music Sampler, 12 April 2010.
^ Emilie-Claire Barlow, Facebook
^ Asma Khaliq, , Up close with a familiar voice; From Sailor Mars to Timmy's ads, Emilie-Claire Barlow is someone you've definitely heard thestar.com, 1 March 2007.
^ a b c "Biography of Cy Leonard". Cy Leonard official site. 2008 . Retrieved 22 April 2013.
^ Brian Barlow Biography, Canadian Jazz Archive, retrieved 23 November 2010
^ a b 7 Arts Music
External links [ edit ]