Canadian singer/songwriter Jann Arden rose to prominence with the release of her sophomore album ‘Living Under June.’ Released in 1994, the album featured ‘Insensitive,’ her biggest hit to date. Following the success of ‘Living Under June,’ Arden released several studio albums with varying levels of success. She accompanied Michael Buble on his U.S. and European tour, wrote an autobiography, took part in The Vagina Monologues across Canada, and also judged on ‘Top Chef Canada’ and ‘Canada Sings.’
Since she rose to prominence, Arden has been nominated a total of 19 times for the Juno Awards, winning eight of them. Although she has largely kept to touring in her home country, Arden is still very much a musician, having released 12 studio albums. Her latest effort is 2014’s ‘Everything Almost.’ The album was produced by Grammy-winning producer Bob Rock and contained 11-tracks. As evidenced by her very diverse projects, the 54-year-old is not afraid to wear multiple hats.
She has written songs for other artists, got a star on Canada’s Walk of Fame, which I swear I knew existed, was inducted into the Canadian Association of Broadcasters Hall of Fame, wrote a monthly advice column for Elle Canada, wrote two other books, got involved in charity projects, and also, her Wikipedia page is a proper mess. You can’t get more multi-dimensional than that.
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