From recording artist to radio co-host, busy Canadian singer/songwriter, and Billboard charting artist Avery Raquel has been entertaining audiences professionally for over 10 years. She previously released 3 solo albums to critical acclaim and airplay across the country and has just released her self-titled fourth record in 2022 which debuted on the Canadian iTunes Top 200 RnB/Soul album chart at #5. The second single, ‘Please’, off that album was also a finalist in the John Lennon Song Writing Competition in 2021.
This new project of all original Alternative Soul is reminiscent of, and her love for RnB/Soul music of the past, but with a more current, contemporary style. Influenced by artists such as Etta James, Carole King, Amy Winehouse, Lauryn Hill, Bruno Major, Allen Stone, and so many others, Avery’s created, on this new collection of personal, yet relatable songs, a soulful fun mix of RnB/Soul and Pop, with a flavour of her Jazz, and Blues experiences.
At the age of 20, Avery isn’t new to songwriting either. In late 2018, Avery Raquel released her 3rd solo album, ‘My Heart Away’, which was comprised of all original music, written by the accomplished and maturing artist. The music achieved media exposure and radio across the country and in the US and even Europe. The album debuted at #11 on the Canadian iTunes Top 200 RnB/Soul chart.
That achievement is merely one of many successes of this young entertainer. In fact, the Canadian recording artist started in the entertainment industry at a very young age. From television to animation, voice-over work, commercials, and radio, as well as a number of professional stage productions across Canada, Avery’s passion for performing grew. All the while, Avery kept honing her craft as a vocalist of rare talent, which has led to an impressive list of career accomplishments on her musical resume.
That talent caught the ears of an array of music professionals who have assisted in her development over the years, including award-winning Canadian producer/musician Greg Kavanagh, and Grammy Award-nominated artist, Producer, and DJ, StoneBridge. She has also shared the studio or the stage with the likes of David Clayton-Thomas, Sean Jones, Molly Johnson, Holly Cole, Lou Pomanti, Matt Dusk, Stacey Kay, Tyler Shaw and so many more.
Performing across the country, including performing arts centres, renowned music festivals, club-style venues, and corporate events, Avery continues to wow ever-growing audiences with her fresh style and powerful vocal performances.
Whether singing, playing the piano, guitar, or even her Ukulele, Avery is having the time of her life, doing what she always hoped to do, putting smiles on people’s faces through the language of music.
- All up to You Avery Raquel 3:28
- Helpless Avery Raquel 3:47
- Please Avery Raquel 3:09
- Come Back To You Avery Raquel 4:29
- Pieces - (Sthlm Esq) [Radio Edit] Avery Raquel 3:15
- Won't Say Goodbye Avery Raquel 4:17
- Dreaming Avery Raquel 4:37