About Julie Doiron
From her time with Eric's Trip to her work as a solo artist, Julie Doiron's delicately resilient voice and songwriting have been the cornerstones of her music. The haunting, whispery songs on 1996's debut album Broken Girl hinted at just how different her style would be from the sound of her former band. Though she returned to rock on 2000's Juno Award-winning Julie Doiron and the Wooden Stars, her minimalist approach on albums like 2004's Goodnight Nobody let the honesty in her voice take the lead. That honesty made her a sought-after collaborator with artists including Mount Eerie, whose 2008 album Lost Wisdom made poignant, brilliant use of her vocals. Following 2012's So Many Days -- one of several albums produced by former bandmate Rick White -- Doiron didn't make another solo album until 2021's I Thought of You, a triumphant return that added some swagger to her sound.
HOMETOWNMoncton, New Brunswick, Canada
BORNJune 28, 1972