Nicole Rayy has become one of the most notable independent artists in Ontario. She is well known for her music, her activism, a strong support of independent artists, and the colour purple.
Growing up in Ontario, Nicole brings us back to the beginning. From singing before she could even talk, to being one of the musical theatre nerds in High School, her love for music and her drive to uplift other voices has remained consistent throughout her life and career so far.
We talked about her brainchild Harmonia Fest. A music festival celebrating female and non-binary musicians. We talked to Nicole about what it’s like starting a festival and what she has learned in the process.
From her intriguing love for spooky season to her incredible musical journey, Nicole Rayy has plenty of stories to tell. We get a sneak peek on what Nicole has up her sleeve for new music in the new year.
Our chat with Nicole is also a deep dive into the realities of being a female artist in the music industry. We discuss her album “Now and Then” and her latest single and music video for “Dirty”
On The Porch with Front Porch Music Season 2 Episode 18: “Spooky Season, Supporting Indie Artists and Shades of Purple with Nicole Rayy”
Watch The Music Video for “Dirty”
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In country music, the Front Porch has long been a place of reflection. A place where you can look at the life you have inside that front door. A place where time almost seems to stand still, where you can get away. It’s also a place where you can go to observe the world as it passes by you. To think about your place out there beyond the driveway.