Selena Evangeline is, without question, a world class singer. The sounds of Ella Fitzgerald, Chaka Khan, Prince and Stevie Wonder helped shape the musician she is today. As a multi-instrumentalist and songwriter, her songs are musical snapshots of real life and emotions, from a real woman. Those "snapshots" helped to win her an Ontario Independent Music Award for Best Urban, Barrie New Music Award as well as honorable mention in the John Lennon Song Writing Competition. Her debut album "This Girl's Life" was featured on CTV's "Da Kink In My Hair" and her single "Lifesong"received heavy rotation on Canadian airwaves as well as MuchVibe and MTV1
By way of her travels though various countries, Selena has shared the stage with Sheila E., Patrice Rushen, Jocelyn Brown, The Nylons, Delta Goodrem, Ivete Sangalo, Latin Grammy winner Maia
and the list goes on. Currently, you can find her on stage backing Canadian icon Amanda Marshall.
Selena’s second release, “Bad Weather”, is a blend of R&B/Soul, Jazz, Pop, Funk and even a little classic sounding rock — a sound that she likes to call "Alternative R&B". Like the woman, the album is sophisticated yet fun, beautifully intricate and at the same time uncomplicated. "This album is an extension of myself and my influences. So much went into the creation of this project and I want listeners to hear that — the joy, the pain and everything in between. It's not just about a pretty voice. I want to take them on a tour of my world as I see it....for better or worse".