From Halifax, Nova Scotia, Norma MacDonald is a singer-songwriter with an exceptional voice, in constant tension between the beauty of the present and nostalgia for the past. Mixing 1960’s folk-country with 1970’s California folk-rock, her unique style skyrocketed her to dazzling success since the release of her first album “Nothing is Where it Was” in 2005.
Her third album, “Morning You Wake”, was nominated three times at the Music Nova Scotia Awards in 2011 and received great reviews from Canada to Europe and the United States. Her fourth album, “Burn The Tapes” (2015), was nominated for the 2016 Polaris Prize.
Released in April 2020, her latest album “Old Future” is full of joyful lightness and optimism, which contrasts with the timing of its release in the midst of the pandemic. The album earned her a nomination from the East Coast Music Association and Music Nova Scotia Awards for Country Album of the Year 2021.
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