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Album Review

Chantal Kreviazuk's Under These Rocks and Stones is an impressive debut that suggests she could become a singer-songwriter of some power. Although portions of the album sound as if her producers (or label) were pushing her toward Alanis territory, Kreviazuk is at her best when the music is stripped back and simple. Occasionally, the whole thing is a little too precious for its own good, but the moments that work illustrate that Kreviazuk is a promising songwriter and musician.

Biography

Born: May 18, 1973 in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

A young classically trained pianist from Winnipeg, Chantal Kreviazuk gained a record contract from Sony — as a vocalist — without ever having performed live. Born in Manitoba, Kreviazuk was an infant prodigy at the piano, winning competitions and receiving classical education on piano as well as voice. Similar to many top-flight pop musicians, who turn away from their classical past as part of adolescent rebellion, she began writing her own pop songs, especially after a 1994 motorcycle...
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