Lhasa De Sela

She has one of those voices that sends a couple chills down your spine… presenting Lhasa De Sela. Lhasa, although not Canadian born, moved to Montreal at the age of 19 and spent 5 years singing and recording there. La Llorona, which mixes traditional South American songs with original songs, was strongly influenced by Mexican music, but also Eastern European gypsy music and alternative rock. The album was released by the Montreal independent record label Audiogram and brought her much success, including the Félix Award for “Artiste québécois — musique du monde” in 1997 and the Juno Award for Best Global Artist, in 1998.  She now lives in France, and has just released her latest album in April 2009 “Lhasa


~ by vanscene on November 22, 2009.

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