New Elegant Folk Single by Kristine St-Pierre

Ottawa-based folk singer-songwriter Kristine St-Pierre releases the elegant folk song IF I WERE A LOVE SONG. The song marks Kristine's first release since 2021, and the first single off of her upcoming third solo album to be released in the spring of 2024. While audiences will have heard this song at concerts, they will now be able to take it home with them. The song was written in Muskoka in the spring of 2010 during a songwriting retreat hosted by Canadian music veterans James Gordon and Katherine Wheatley. The production, by Dean Watson at Buckingham Palace Audio is simple and elegant, with beautiful cello arrangement by Raphael Weinroth-Browne, augmented by the sounds of birds chirping in the background.

Title: If I Were A Love Song 
Duration: 3:41 
Songwriter/Composer: Kristine St-Pierre 
Producer: Dean Watson, Kristine St-Pierre 
Content: 100% Canadian 
ISRC: CA7PL2400001 

« Kristine St-Pierre delivers soul-searching songs in both languages. »

Kristine St-Pierre is an award-nominated bilingual folk singer-songwriter with soul-searching ballads and a rollicking bluesy flair. Described as a ‘chansonnière’ with a travelling heart, Kristine's voice combined with her beautifully crafted songs are what makes her music memorable. She has released a bilingual EP in 2010, followed by the bilingual album CALL ME CRAZY in 2012. In 2017, she released the francophone EP LA PROMESSE for which she received a Canadian Folk Music Award nomination in the French songwriter of the year category in 2018. She is also a five-time nominee for Francophone artist of the year by the Country Music Association of Ontario (2019-2023). In 2019, she released an album of original Christmas songs with Franco-Manitoban artist Justin Lacroix. Kristine has played to audiences across Canada and the world and is looking forward to sharing new music with her fans in the coming months. Her third solo album will be released in the spring of 2024.

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