5 Quick Questions with Diana Panton!

While we were hanging out at OMDC’s Ontario JUNO Award Nominee Reception in Toronto last week, we had the chance to catch up with Diana Panton for 5 quick questions.

Many thanks to Diana for taking the time to answer the questions in a crowded room, and congratulations to her on the 2017 Juno Award nomination for Children’s Album of the Year for I Believe In Little Things.

Q1: Which Canadian artist would you most like to work with, that you haven’t had a chance to yet in your career?

Diana: Ron Sexsmith

What a great answer. Sexsmith a Canadian icon, and we’re sure it would be awesome for anyone to work with him. Plus, he loves coffee! #xocoffee

Q2: Which Canadian album would you choose to put on during a long road trip… on repeat.

Diana: Harrison Kennedy’s This Is From Here

If you’re looking for a Blues album to listen to, why not reach for a Canadian hit, and 2016 Juno winner for Blues Album of the Year.

Q3: What was the first concert you went to?

Diana: R.E.M.

What a great answer… to be honest, we’re jealous of the memory that would come from that being your first concert experience!

Q4: What is your favourite thing about Ottawa?

Diana: The bilingualism

Ottawa is a great city, and the French/English component is just one of the reasons. Excellent choice by Diana.

Q5: What Canadian artist do you think people should be paying more attention to?

Diana: Reg Schwager

Reg has played with Diana, and also has his own solo jazz career. We’ll be checking him out.

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5 Quick Questions with Diana Panton!

While we were hanging out at OMDC’s Ontario JUNO Award Nominee Reception in Toronto last week, we had the chance to catch up with Diana Panton for 5 quick questions.

Many thanks to Diana for taking the time to answer the questions in a crowded room, and congratulations to her on the 2017 Juno Award nomination for Children’s Album of the Year for I Believe In Little Things.

Q1: Which Canadian artist would you most like to work with, that you haven’t had a chance to yet in your career?

Diana: Ron Sexsmith

What a great answer. Sexsmith a Canadian icon, and we’re sure it would be awesome for anyone to work with him. Plus, he loves coffee! #xocoffee

Q2: Which Canadian album would you choose to put on during a long road trip… on repeat.

Diana: Harrison Kennedy’s This Is From Here

If you’re looking for a Blues album to listen to, why not reach for a Canadian hit, and 2016 Juno winner for Blues Album of the Year.

Q3: What was the first concert you went to?

Diana: R.E.M.

What a great answer… to be honest, we’re jealous of the memory that would come from that being your first concert experience!

Q4: What is your favourite thing about Ottawa?

Diana: The bilingualism

Ottawa is a great city, and the French/English component is just one of the reasons. Excellent choice by Diana.

Q5: What Canadian artist do you think people should be paying more attention to?

Diana: Reg Schwager

Reg has played with Diana, and also has his own solo jazz career. We’ll be checking him out.

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