Christmas Is a Way of Life, My Dear Chantal Kreviazuk
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- 2Christmas Is a Way of Life, My Dear02:16
- 3Winter Wonderland02:41
- 4Blue Christmas (feat. Raine Maida & Moon Vs Sun)03:17
- 5Wonderful Christmastime (feat. Salvador Maida)02:31
- 6What Child Is This03:26
- 7I Wanna Be an Angel03:02
- 9Silent Night03:10
- 10The Christmas Train (feat. Salvador Maida)01:43
Info for Christmas Is a Way of Life, My Dear
Songs for The Season From the moment audiences heard CHANTAL KREVIAZUK’s iconic rendition of “Leaving on a Jet Plane”, there was no doubting her star power. Yet, a career in the music industry was not even on the radar for Chantal until recovering from a serious motorcycle crash in 1994. That was when the multiple Juno Award winner began writing what would become her Platinum-selling debut album Under These Rocks and Stones (1997). Chantal has since become one of Canada’s most beloved artists, with a string of distinguished albums and singles, including “God Made Me”, “Surrounded”, “Leaving On A Jet Plane”, “Feels Like Home”, “Before You”, “Invincible”, “All I Can Do” and “In This Life”. Fast forward to 2016 and from the urgent, heart-pounding opening chords of her new single “Into Me”, to the first time that famous voice surges like a king tide hitting a breakwater, the message is clear: CHANTAL KREVIAZUK is back! Despite significant professional achievements, Chantal receives her greatest joy at home raising her three sons with her husband, Raine Maida, frontman for Our Lady Peace. Motherhood has breathed an authenticity into her life that inspires her to achieve new levels of self-discovery. Having been nominated for six Juno Awards and winning Best Female Artist (2000) and Best Pop/Adult Album (2000) Chantal and Raine, being avid supporters of War Child Canada, demonstrating an outstanding commitment to human rights causes, received the Allan Slaight Humanitarian Spirit Award (2014). In addition, in December 2014 the Governor General jointly appointed Raine Maida and Chantal Kreviazuk to the Order of Canada.
Chantal Kreviazuk, vocals
Born in Winnipeg, Canada in 1973, Chantal Kreviazuk can remember having had the yearning to create music long before she actually could. As a young child, Chantal would sit and observe her brothers beating away at the keys of the family's piano, and this mixture of curiosity and observation resulted in what Chantal calls "hand-eye-ear coordination." Simply put, Chantal could play the piano from the moment she touched it - without any formal training. This natural interest led Chantal's parents to enroll her in classical music training, and it was here that - for several years - Chantal learnt an appreciation and wider scope for music that would ultimatey benefit her own artistic endeavours.
Multiple Juno Award winner Chantal Kreviazuk never considered a career in music until she began writing what would become her Platinum-selling debut album during recovery from a serious motorcycle accident in 1994. Under These Rocks and Stonse was released to widespread acclaim in 1997, and Chantal has since become one of Canada's most beloved Artists. With a string of distinguished albums and singles, Chantal's drive to expand her artistry has led her to become a highly sought-after songwriter, having penned hits for Pink, Christina Aguilera, Kelly Clarkson, Carrie Underwood and Drake, among many others.
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