One stunning voice
Sadia Zaker is a breath of fresh air for your soul, let the sound of her indi-pop meets traditional harmonies melt through your body and wash over you like an Autumn breeze.
Her eclectic style draws inspiration from every aspect of life, love, and loss. Sadia is based out of Laval, Quebec in Canada but her sound echoes from all corners of the Earth. Follow Sadia on Twitter for latest info and updates.
Contemporary Singer-song writer Sadia started her music journey at the age of seven under the guidance of her Mother. Her first public delivery was at her School performing to accompaniment of full orchestra singing the Indian Classical Raaga. Her musical career would begin to take form performing in places such as NAC Birmingham, well-known Club Hanover Grand in London, UK and the memorable Trafalgar Square. The core of her music would be quite versatile ranging from soft melodies to contemporary pop rock. In 2003 releasing her first single in the United Kingdom via a local recording label “Audiorec” has preceded to a brand new production.
Her present project is completion of another CD entitled “A time of Mine Own” containing nine original songs; a blend of different genre mixing with Folk and contemporary indi pop; continuing to expand as a record label through producers and promotions. “A time of mine own” is of great importance reflecting the clarity of her thoughts and ideas as viewed from a standpoint staged in a new approach.
Dougie Trineer – Canadian Country Western Hall of fame musician Dougie Trineer is originally from Calumet, QC and has worked with artists such as Chet Atkins and Ronnie Prophet.
With a little help from a very talented mother who played fiddle and piano and a little guitar,that’s how it all began……..
Dougie began writing songs at about age thirteen and has written over 700 songs; most have been published by various companies. A few artists who have recorded his songs are Diane Lee, Orville Prophet, Mona Vary McCall, Wayne King, Rene Martel, Ken Langlois, Terry Hachey, Paul Menard, to mention a few. His first job away from home was on WCAX TV in Burlington, Vermont. With ‘Duke and the Swingbilles’. They played 6 TV shows per week and played 4 to 6 gigs per week around up-state New York and VT back in 1956 and 1957. In 1961 Dougie landed his first steady job in studio in Montréal as A&R director for George Taylor of Rodeo Records. The Recording Studio and Production became his real love and some 100,000 recordings later, not much would chance at all…
Listen to The Moment EP
The Moment EP
“THE MOMENT EP” contains three original songs; a blend of different genre mixing with Folk and contemporary indi-pop; continuing to expand as a record label through producers and promotions. “THE MOMENT” is of great importance reflecting the clarity of her thoughts and ideas as viewed from a standpoint staged in a new approach.