Dès son tout jeune âge, Andie Duquette brille sous les projecteurs des plateaux de tournage et derrière les micros des studios d’enregistrement. Elle prête sa voix pour plusieurs émissions jeunesse dont Sesame Street, La Boîte à Lunch et Caillou. Au fil des années, son expérience lui permet de collaborer avec des artistes de renom tels que Jim Corcoran, Robert Charlebois et Louise Forestier. Une solide formation en chant et en danse l'amène à se produire pour plusieurs années sur différentes scènes du Québec, aux États-Unis, en Europe, en Asie, au Mexique et dans les Caraïbes. C'est d'ailleurs lors d’un long séjour en République dominicaine que son groupe de musique originale anglophone "SnowProof" voit le jour.

Andie se fait connaître du grand public en 2013 alors qu'elle participe à la première édition de l'émission La Voix diffusée sur le réseau TVA. Elle est recrutée dans l'équipe de Marc Dupré qui l'invite ensuite à participer à deux tournées de festivals consécutives, partout en province.

En 2015, Andie Duquette s’entoure d’une solide équipe: John Nathaniel (Marie-Mai, Final State, Marc Dupré) et Bryan Levesque (PERKiNS) à la co-écriture afin de proposer 2 extraits en radio. “On n’se dit pas qu’on s’aime” s’inscrit comme Buzz NRJ dès sa sortie et la chanson est propulsée au #1 BDS Pop-Rock. La pièce “Pourquoi c’est toi” assure avec brio la suite en radio et tourne à ce jour sur plus de 60 stations à travers le Québec. Ces 2 extraits ont su donner le ton à son premier album Ton problème, réalisé par John Nathaniel et masterisé par Ted Jensen (The Police, Florence + The Machines, The Rolling Stones). Le troisième extrait "Trop pour moi" permet entre autres à Andie de faire son entrée sur les ondes de MusiquePlus. Enfin, elle sort en mai 2016 son quatrième extrait en radio : "Contraire" et à l'automne 2016, "Pour oublier".

Andie Duquette... un tout nouveau souffle pour le rock au Québec!

Andie Duquette is a Canadian country rock singer from Montreal, Quebec, signed to TAB Records INC. She’s been known to favor a dab of “edge” in her personal brand of country music, whether we talk about her strong and direct “women first” lyrics to some of her more robust songs on her debut Country album LOCK STOCK AND BARREL, due out later this year.  You’ll find Andie to be somewhere between Shania Twain and Miranda Lambert but there’s no mistaking it: this country girl is definitely rock’n roll and she wouldn’t have it any other way. 

Andie’s career started at the very young age of three. Her parents were quite astonished when, at age five, Sesame Street hired Andie to sing their full repertoire for the French adaptation of this iconic TV show for Quebec audiences. Andie continued to sing and perform at a high level as a child for years and was given a number of roles on TV commercials and TV series. Andie subsequently went on to study vocal training with some of the best in Montreal in order to really master her abilities as a singer and she immersed herself for a few years in strict technique. Growing up in the city she was initially a big fan of Classic Rock and strong female artists like Heart, Pat Benatar, Joan Jett but was immediately taken when she first heard Shania Twain's voice one day on the radio - and that was all it took! Now, Andie is looking up to her peers who have dominated the Country Music Charts and are opening the door for girls like her.

Notwithstanding her young age, Andie has already toured extensively across the world including Canada, Europe, the US, Mexico, China and the Dominican Republic. She has just returned from a 40 day tour in Switzerland in order to continue building up her level of experience so that she can always perform at her highest level, something Andie is already quite spectacular at - just ask any fans that have been to her concerts.

In 2013 Andie was a contestant of the hit TV show “La Voix”, Quebec’s version of “The Voice”, where she was a strong semi -finalist. It was this experience which catapulted her to the next level of her career when Canadian Producer Tino Izzo (Celine Dion, Bobby Bazini, The Wilkinson’s, Roch Voisine, Garou, Jacynthe, Yuna Ito, Saya…to name a few)  first saw her and asked to work with her. Tino and Andie started working together in 2014, putting in countless hours since and working hard to develop something distinct, something totally Canadian, and something they feel absolutely committed to. Andie, in the meantime, released her 1st solo French album in her native Quebec in 2015 where she was extremely well received. She earned three monster Top Ten BDS singles with one topping at #1 BDS on mainstream radio for many weeks which was followed with an extensive tour in 2016.  And now, as they put the final touches on her first solo Country album and national tour, scheduled for the spring of 2017, Andie is ready to pave the way with her debut single out this Marchentitled 'WRONG WRONG WRONG'.