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Melanie Doane
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    (December 19, 1967- )
    Born in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada
    CDs include ‘Shakespearean Fish,’ ‘Adam’s Rib,’ ‘A Thousand Nights,’ and ‘The Emerald City’
    Singles include ‘Tell You Stories,’ ‘Adam’s Rib,’ and ‘Happy Homemaker'
    1999 Juno Award, Best New Solo Artist
    Stage credits include ‘Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (Neptune Theater),’ ‘Buddy — the Buddy Holly Story’ and ‘War Horse’
    A slight scowl and tilt of her head and she gives off Ali Larter vibes.
    She considers herself a ‘Daddy’s girl.’ Not without valid reason.
    ‘I think that whole pop music machine has largely collapsed and anyone hoping to find a career there is going to be disappointed. Nowadays, you have to do most of it yourself and connect directly with your listeners.’
    You may have heard her stuff on Dawson’s Creek, Buffy, or Baywatch Hawaii.
    She has a habit of repeatedly saying, ‘It’s all good.’
    Her father was an Order of Canada honoree in music education. Which explains…
    At a very early age, she pulled a Barbara Mandrell and mastered several different musical instruments (‘we never played the radio in our house, we made the music ourselves’).
    She managed to go two decades – and two children – before divorce, while remaining on good terms with her ex.
    Inspired by her own parenting experiences, she would teach ukulele at a number of Toronto-area schools.
    You may have heard her stuff on episodes of Flashpoint, Brothers and Sisters, Party of Five. Particularly ‘I Can’t Take My Eyes Off You.’

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