May 4, 2012
I just won Best Album of the Year at the NOMFA (Northern Ontario Music and Film Awards) this weekend for my album 'STICKS AND MUD'
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May 1, 2012
Cindy's new band Scarlett Jane have the Song of the Week for their first single Wild Fire on CBC Radio 1's "Here and Now" program for the first week of May.
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September 2, 2011
Article - - How I spent my summer break
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August 31, 2011
Article - - Doire gives Timmins more to be proud of
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July 28, 2011
Click Here to read review (Indie Seen Cindy Doire)

May 30, 2011
Stick and Mud Album Review "Excellent Waitsian bar-room balladry"

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Cindy Doire launches her CD Sticks and Mud with special guest artists and tough/vulnerable new songs at Piston show Thursday May 19

May 6, 2011
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Cindy Doire launches her CD Sticks and Mud with special guest artists and tough/vulnerable new songs at Piston show Thursday May 19

Who: CINDY DOIRE with special guests
Why: A celebration to launch her first album of English songs
Where: The Piston, 937 Bloor St. W, west of Ossington Ave. 416 532-3989
When: Thursday May 19; doors at 9.00 p.m., show at 9:30 p.m.
How much: $10.00 at door

Cindy Doire is a Northern Ontario girl at heart, but she’s managed to take her music a lot further afield. With three European tours last year and another set of dates in Belgium and France later this month, she’s launching her new CD, Sticks and Mud, in the Piston in Toronto on May 19.

She’ll have plenty of colleagues and friends with her. Her Montrel-based backup players, the Steve Brockley band, will open — and her producer, guitarist Colin Cripps, will also be on hand. Special guests Andrea Ramolo and Paul Reddick will supply background vocals and harmonica respectively, and Sara Fitzpatrick (fiddle) of Delhi2Dublin and guitarist Rob Fenton will play an intermission set.

Doire’s new album is her third — her two previous CDs, both in French, won her fans in Quebec and Europe. Her first CD interpreted French folk/jazz material, the second, Chapeau de Pluie, was produced by Colin Linden in Nashville. Her first “English” album, however, is much edgier pop material, alternately world-weary, sexily confidential and triumphant.

Born and raised in Timmins, and now based in Toronto, bilingual Doire is an inveterate traveler — she’s also fluent in Italian and Spanish — who has taken her music across Canada, and has also lived in Mexico. With a wide musical palette to draw from — she’s as familiar with French chansonniers as she is with the work of Janis Joplin and classic American r&b stars — she’s an intriguing songwriter. Key tracks on the new CD include “Don’t Let the Bastards Get You Down,“ “Sp[ill Me Down the River,” and “Singer Speaks in Tongues.”


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May 1, 2011
"Sicks and Mud" Across Canada
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April 25, 2011
InRetro Radio/Magazine and Social Media TV
From Getting to Know the Music of Cindy Doire… to Election Talk… to the Streets of Afghanistan...
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Wed, Mar 16 - Cindy Doire sings at 100-person music venue with new sound & lights - guests Steve Brockley Band. Piston (937 Bloor St W. Toronto) March 16, 2011

Mon, March 14 - Made it home for yet another night of amazingness at NOT MY DOG! Tonight is packed with talent: Andrea Ramolo, Allison Brown, Sam Martin, Brian Macmillan, Ariane Mahryke Lemire, and who knows who else! It`s also Warren`s last night with us until the end of April. Come send him off with a whiskey!


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