We had the pleasure of interviewing Shae over Zoom video!Shae Dupuy, devoted and ever-evolving, continues to push boundaries as an artist and songwriter, taking her talents to new heights.Having displayed an affinity for music as a young child, taking vocal and guitar lessons at the age of eight and attending a specialized arts high school, it seemed natural that on the day of her high school graduation, Dupuy would launch her career. In 2014, Dupuy released her first single, "Grandpa’s Truck" to radio, that attracted the attention of CMT Canada, naming her ‘Fresh Face Artist’ later that fall In 2016, she released her second studio EP Brave and garnered multiple nominations from the CMAO Awards for her songs, "Tin Man" and "Drink About It". Soon after, Dupuy went on to earn in 2017 the CCMA nomination for ‘Interactive Artist of the Year”.Dupuy has performed at multiple festivals, including some of Canada’s top festivals at Cavendish Beach and Lucknow’s Music in the Fields. In 2018 Dupuy headed on her first tour where she performed in multiple cities from coast to coast across Canada.Following the success of her first two studio EPs, she moved south to Nashville immersing herself in the city’s songwriting scene. It is here that Dupuy has written a catalogue of songs for her next recording project, as well as songs for other artists. Her new music displays cultured vocal expression, storytelling, and a strong sense of identity and conviction, both as an artist and as a person.We want to hear from you! Please email Tera@BringinitBackwards.com.www.BringinitBackwards.com#podcast #interview #bringinbackpod #foryou #foryoupage #stayhome #togetherathome #zoom #aspn #americansongwriter #americansongwriterpodcastnetworkListen & Subscribe to BiBFollow our podcast on Instagram and Twitter!--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/bringinbackpod/support
Canadian country artist turned Nashville resident Shae Dupuy joins the podcast to talk about women in country music, what she learned from her arts school, and how Canadian and American country music fans compare. Find Shae on social media and everywhere you stream music.Want some amazing clothes? Check out our friends at Southern Creek Clothing (www.southerncreekclothing.com) and use the code TGCOUNTRY for 20% OFF your next purchase! 20%!! Thanks for supporting our independent podcast and LISTEN LOCAL!--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/tgatecountry/support
Canadian country artist turned Nashville star, Shae Dupuy, has been rising through the ranks while releasing new music over the course of the pandemic. Her latest single, released on October 2nd, "Selfish", provides a twist on the negative connotation of the word. Showing off her natural talent for songwriting, Shae lets the listener know that sometimes it is okay to be selfish and make time for self care. As she cleverly puts it, "You can't pour from an empty glass." Be sure to follow Shae Dupuy on social media and keep an eye out for her upcoming music video!
Episode 22 features singer-songwriter Shae Dupuy. The guys talk to Shae about the release of her new single "Selfish", the influence of the Canadian country scene on her and transitioning from Canada to Nashville. The guys also discuss the return of live audiences to the Grand Ole Opry, the shocking results of the ACM's Entertainer of the Year award and the passing of W.S Holland. Shae Dupuy can be found on all social media at @shaedupuy. Listen to the episode now on Spotify, Apple Podcasts or .
We had a great conversation with Shae Dupuy on The Chris & Sandy Show. We talked about family, music, sacrifices, passion & so much more while hearing many stories. As always you don't want to miss this. Click the play button to listen to the podcast!
Interview with Julian Austin, Shae Dupuy & Trevor Johnson
In The Country with Dave Woods
Country-rocker JULIAN AUSTIN - born in Sussex, New Brunswick - climbed the charts and appeared in videos on CMT with hits like Little Ol' Kisses, Hard Time Loving You, What My Heart Already Knows and Back In Your Life. His first album earned him a certified CRIA gold record (50k+ sales) and the 1997 Wrangler Rising Star Award from the Canadian Country Music Association. His first single Little Ol’ Kisses went #1 on radio and also made the CMT Top 30 Videos of 1997, followed in 1998 with the Best Country Single award at the first annual Canadian Radio Music Awards. That year Julian also earned several Juno nominations. His new radio release is his version of the Jimmy Buffet classic Margaritaville.SHAE DUPUY is excited to release her Breakdown EP featuring the first single Grandpa’s Truck. Shae walks the fine line between dirt roads and downtown, without ever losing her small town charm. She continues writing tracks for her first full-length album to be released in 2015. “I can’t leave the house without something to write with.” she says. “That could mean my phone to type notes, or a pen and paper. Inspiration hits me at the most inconvenient times and I’ve just learned to be prepared for it.”In 2009, TREVOR JOHNSON made the move to Nashville - after many visits - to immerse himself in songwriting. Eventually, he moved back home to Manitoba where he performed around Winnipeg. In 2010, he won a QX 104 FM songwriting contest with first prize being a trip to the CMAs in Nashville. After finishing up his EP Footsteps in the spring of 2013 with Nashville producer Dick McVey, Trevor has been busy performing wherever he can. He headed back to the studio in early 2014. This time he recorded in Calgary with 2013 Western Canadian Recording Engineer of the Year Johnny Gasparic at MCC Recording.