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Blaise Pascal

The career of Toronto singer/songwriter Blaise Pascal began in 1996, when she took the grand prize (out of 4,000 entries) in the sixth Annual Country wide Songwriting Competition, and came in second overall in the first John Lennon Songwriting Competition, producing a grant of $30,000 from FACTOR (Base to aid Canadian Talent on Information) to record her debut album, Hairspray, issued in August of 2000. Furthermore, Pascal provides raked up another amazing fulfillment — a Juno Prize nomination for Greatest Songwriter (for the music “Hurry,” “10 Foot Great,” and “Angel Baby”). Pascal’s music may also be noticed by the end of the film New Waterford Young ladies, aswell as the theme melody for the Disney teenager TV drama Within a Heartbeat.

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