Sunday, 11 October 2009



Writing, recording, performing - which is your favourite 
aspect of being an artist and why?

My two favourite aspects are definitely writing and recording. I kind of approach music like a tasty dish. Once a song is written, just like a fruit, it needs to ripen. When it is sweet enough, in its basic form, the dressing or presentation comes into play. Choosing the right arrangements & musicians will certainly make a difference. Adding the final touches, such as background vocals, small & intricate musical licks are like adding the spices & herbs to get that extra zing. Working with people who are of the same mindset is also important to me.
What do you want people to feel while listening to your 

Reaching people with music is probably why all songwriters write. Feeling the heart and soul of the song they are hearing and hopefully it transports them into a wellness realm, if only for a few minutes, they forget all their problems.
What tours or performances are coming up for you? 
Are  you expecting few dates in Europe and in France 
in particular?

Not at the moment. I am in the process of tweaking more songs I’ve written and preparing to go into studio again.
What are you listening to at the moment?

Kanal Jazz


Stemming from a jazz/big band musical family, bilingual singer/songwriter Linda Basso was born and raised in Montreal. Learning guitar at a very young age, she was exposed to music in all genres which contributed in creating her own style of adult contemporary songs flavoured with jazz and blues. She produced an EP album called Night Hub released in 2009.


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