Genevieve Jaide is a northern blooded songstress with stories to tell. These stories will leave your foot tapping, face smirking, and transcend you into a state of almost awkward bliss. Her booming sweet gypsy jazzy voice captivates the audience and brings the room to a state of presence that is rare to witness. She’s accompanied by Nick Tindale on percussion, and Brock Paciejewski on the tele and back-up vocals. Together they tackle delivering Jaide’s dark lyrics in a fun, unassuming way. Her songs are lyrically heavy, brutally honest and uncomfortably vulnerable, you won’t want to miss a word.
Born and raised in Prince George, BC, Genevieve finds inspiration from the rich nature of the north and spends most of her time outdoors walking her dog. Genevieve studied music at Selkirk College in Nelson, BC, and has since been working from her home studio in Prince George where she teaches many forms of music to all ages, specializing in vocal care. Having had a rough past with a vocal condition named “Nodes,” Genevieve decided to start to train others, sharing her knowledge and preventative techniques to singers and public speakers.
Genevieve assembled a full band in the wooded haven of a studio known as Cheslatta Records to record her debut EP “For Him.” Nestled in the woods and nurtured by the space, Genevieve’s songs were recorded by Rick Irvine and performed expertly with the help of Nick Tindale, Chris Dibbens and Drew Gray. Released in 2017, “For Him” is a testament to the times of our lives that seem lost but are instead laying the groundwork for our future successes.
Genevieve is currently recording her newest project that will be released in late 2020.
"Genevieve Jaide is a songwriter who will catch you off guard. For Him is her first release but before you realize it, you've put the whole thing on a loop and hours have gone pleasantly by. You haven't been answering the phone, you haven't been doing your work, you've just been listening. Thinking. Remembering. Repeat. You find yourself wishing you'd written her words, or wishing the "him" was you. A true talent has just uncovered herself."
- Frank Peebles, Prince George Citizen
" Trippin' "
Between the mosquito's, blistering heat and noisy chainsaws, Pop Media managed to create this Live video of Trippin' @Cheslatta Records where where the album, For Him was recorded.
Live Recording & Interview recorded by 6ix Sigma at Trench Brewing & Distilling.
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