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Charlotte Day Wilson

Season 2, Ep. 3

In this episode, I sat down with Charlotte Day Wilson—a brilliant Canadian musician, singer, and songwriter. She released her debut album Alpha in July of 2021. We get into what it’s like being on her Alpha tour, the energy of each audience across cities, navigating the music industry as a queer woman, being nominated in multiple categories for this year's JUNO awards, and being true to herself in all aspects of her creative process from start to finish.

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