FEQ: Charlotte Cardin’s meteoric rise in 5 defining moments

Charlotte Cardin will have the honor of opening the 2022 edition of the Festival d’été de Québec, which has sold out after two years of cancellation or reduced attendance due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The Montrealer has enjoyed a meteoric rise over the past 10 years.

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Here are five defining moments from the singer-songwriter’s career.

1) His appearance on the show The voice

The Quebecer became known to the general public during the very first edition of the show The voice Aired on TVA in 2013. Selected by Marie-Mai, she reached the finals performing a song by her coach and Fred Pellerin. I’m waiting.

However, she did not win the television competition while the audience crowned Jérôme Couture, but this beautiful career gave her a lot of visibility to start her career as a singer well.

2) Even Elton John is under the spell of Charlotte Cardin


FEQ: Charlotte Cardin's meteoric rise in 5 defining moments

During his radio show on the prestigious BBC channel, which aired in 2017, British star Elton John spoke about the rising Montreal star and introduced his listeners girl handTitle track from Cardin’s second EP.

“It’s crazy. He said he loved the song. Then he put it on a Spotify playlist he made called Elton John Loves. These are his current favorite music tracks. Elton John gave me a wink twice and it got me really freaked out,” Charlotte Cardin said protocol in 2017.

3) A first nomination at the ADISQ Gala


Charlotte Cardin at the 39th Gala de l'ADISQ presented at the Salle Wilfrid-Pelletier on October 29, 2017.

Photo archive agency QMI, Sébastien St-Jean

Charlotte Cardin at the 39th Gala de l’ADISQ presented at the Salle Wilfrid-Pelletier on October 29, 2017.

Charlotte Cardin received her first nomination at the Gala de l’ADISQ in 2017 for song of the year. splintersand thanks to his concert for English Language Show of the Year, big boy.

The young artist didn’t win a trophy at this edition, but she did get her hands on three Félix in 2021.

4) The release of his first album, Phoenix

The Canadian pop singer released her debut album titled Phoenixin 2021.

The album contains the song Meaningless, whose music video has been listened to more than four million times on the YouTube platform.

American production box Atlantic Records Artists will produce his brand new project. The record company is particularly at the top of the albums by Bruno Mars and Ed Sheeran.

Phoenix has already reached first place in the prestigious ranking of most listened to Canadian albums billboard.

5) The undisputed queen of the Junos


FEQ: Charlotte Cardin's meteoric rise in 5 defining moments

In 2022, Charlotte Cardin was the most-crowned artist in the Juno edition, which honors Canadian music artists. She ended the evening with a harvest of four awards from among the five nominations she received.

The Montreal native outdid international stars Justin Bieber and Shawn Mendes when she saw her work Phoenix to be crowned album of the year. “I’m completely shocked,” repeated the then 27-year-old artist.

Charlotte Cardin will host a carte blanche show on the Plains of Abraham this Wednesday, July 6 at 9:30 p.m.

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