Canadian country artist Justine Blanchet has released a fresh new single to country radio called “Strong”. It’s a great song about letting go of everything holding you down – a reminder we could all use now and then.
Take a peak at the music video for “Strong” by Justine Blanchet.
“Strong” is a catchy song that has a great message. It’s always so nice to hear some upbeat and catchy music being released during the Winter. It’s a great contrast to many of the ballads released this time of year. “Strong” is a guitar-heavy song that really makes you want to bob back and forth:
From the first note, Strong catches the attention with its infectious tempo and catchy chorus. Co-written by Justine and Jennifer Rae Camche and produced by Emerson Drive band member Yann Bélanger, Strong blends elements of contemporary country and influences of pop and rock.
– CD Baby
Justine Blanchet is another really exciting country artist emerging from Quebec. 2018 was an exciting year for Justine, and 2019 is going to be just as crazy! She has performed at a number of the top festivals in Canada including The Big Valley Jamboree and RBC Bluesfest, as well as the legendary Bluebird Café in Nashville. Justine was also featured in the Diamonds in the rough showcase presented by the CCMA.
We’re looking forward to keeping up with Justine’s career and seeing what 2019 has in store for this great Canadian country artist.
Earlier this month, Justine Blanchet and a number of other country artists from Quebec, were featured on the Canadian Country Music Show podcast. Go check it out! The Canadian Country Music Show is a weekly podcast about all things country music from Canada. Hosted by Lianne and Elora, it airs every Sunday night at 7:30pm. Here’s the podcast here:
Listen to “Strong” by Justine Blanchet
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.