Desiree Dorion's fourth studio album will hit all digital media outlets on April 3rd, 2017.
Desiree Dorion is releasing her fourth studio album in spring, 2017. Check back frequently for updates!
"Whiskey Knows" is Desiree's lead single off her new album "Tough Street".
Whiskey Knows will be released to country radio across Canada on March 6th, 2017. The album, "Tough Street" will be available on all digital media outlets on April 3rd, 2017.
Desiree Dorion's fourth studio album, "Tough Street" is a beautiful and humble homage to her upbringing. This is her most personal and honest work yet. The album compiles "darkly beautiful and introspective songs...[her] best recorded vocals yet," (Bruce Leperre, 730 CKDM). Her first single from the album, "Whiskey Knows" was released to radio across Canada on March 6th, 2017 and cracked the Top 100 on the Canadian country music charts and reached #1 on the National Indigenous Music Countdown. The entire album is available now at all digital media outlets.
Dorion's latest release, "Small Town Stories," garnered her some hard earned attention. The album received nominations at the 2014 JUNO Awards, 2014 WCMA's and 2014 & 2013 Aboriginal Peoples Choice Music Awards. She has shared the stage with some of country music's biggest names including The Band Perry, Crystal Shawanda, and George Canyon.
Honesty, emotion, and work ethic are some of the defining attributes of Dorion. These coupled with her gift for songwriting, and her versatile voice (at times reminiscent of greats like Dolly Parton) are what sets this country crooner apart.
Aboriginal Album of the Year - JUNO - NOM
Aboriginal Album of the Year - WCMA - NOM
Aboriginal Peoples Choice Music Awards - NOM (X2)
Best Country Album (SMALL TOWN STORIES) - APCMA - NOM
Best Country Album (Small Town Stories) - Indian Summer Music Awards - NOM
Honourable Mention for "Turn to Me" - Int. Songwriting Competition
Best country cd - North American Indigenous Image Awards - WIN
Best country cd - Indian Summer Music Awards - NOM
Best country album - Native American Music Awards - NOM
Best female artist - Native American Music Awards - NOM
Best country album - CAMA - WIN
Best female artist - CAMA - NOM
Best country album - APCMA - NOM