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alternative art rock
Shauna Major continues to evolve with her latest incarnation as a electronic dance recording artist. From the cocoon of "The Changeling", released in 2006, came the metamorphosis into a glamorous solo electronica performer. The pain so infused in "The Changeling" has been transformed into songs of intuition and developing an imagination in a world all to obsessed with reality TV. Where are the stories we used to tell - where is your imagination?!
Her first single, "My Inner Voice" is a driving electronic groove, encouraging you to listen to your inner voice, and find your creativity when the world is screaming for you to be distracted by the boring detritus of reality.
Shauna's 9-song indie debut, "The Changeling" was released in January (2006), with arrangements by Spectrebox Productions. The tracks range from the loveliest acoustic guitar/vocal combinations to the most sublime heavy rock band.
As focused as she is funky, Shauna already possesses determined career experience. Her series of 5, Solo X 3 shows spanning April to October 2000, enjoyed success with sister singer/songwriters, Daniela Nardi and Eliza Jane Scott at the FREE TIMES CAFÉ. She featured in the second installment of GIRLS WITH GUITARS, hosted by Linda M. On stage, she is surprisingly funny. Like any real woman, the pretty and the grotty, the wistful and the angry, the sex and the chill slap us around in the same hand.
The lusty, Sault Ste. Marie native studied classical voice at the Royal Conservatory of Music for seven years, and moved to Toronto in 1993. Gaining momentum on collaborative efforts with 4 Really Nice Guys, (eight-piece alternative), and askmary, (alternative rock/Latin jazz), she's played solo in the Toronto open-stage circuit for the last 3 years, developing material and performance style. In 2000, you may have caught her honing humour in the subways as part of the 2000/2001 TTC Musician program.
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