Where Are You From:
1 dog, Juno. 3 cats, Oreo, Roxy & Buddy
Ears pierced. 4 tattoos and want more!
When did you first start with Canadian Beats?:
I created it 🙂 So March, 2013.
What are some of your favourite Canadian bands/ artists?:
Hedley, Faber Drive, Fighting for Ithaca, The Faceplants, Andy Brown, and more recently The Brilliancy & Street Pharmacy! I could go on and on, so much amazing Canadian talent.
How many times have you saw your favourite Canadian band/artist in concert?:
Hedley – 3 times, soon to be 4.
Have you met any Canadian Artists?
I met all members of Hedley. Faber & Krikit from Faber Drive, Curtis from FFI, Ian & Mike from MT.
Favourite Concert moment?
Getting surprised with meet & greet at Hedley show in 2012.
What is your favorite Canadian album?:
Currently “Wild Life” by Hedley
What is your favorite Canadian band/ artist song?:
Currently “Beautiful Girl” by Hedley
What is your favorite Canadian band/ artist video?:
Life Is Waiting – Faber Drive
What is your favorite lyric by a Canadian band/artist?
“Heavy heart and ahead full of stones, too damn young to feel this old” -Tinman by Andy Brown
What are some of your favourite non-Canadian bands?:
Matchbox Twenty is my favourite
Favourite piece of band merch?
I love my Marianas Trench lunchbox!
What are your favorite tv shows?:
Big Bang Theory, Ground Floor, Rookie Blue
What are your favorite movies?:
Pitch Perfect, Grease, Footloose, Dirty Dancing, The Factory, Along Came A Spider
What are your favorite books?:
All James Patterson books, Mitch Albom books, and yes, I like Twilight & Hunger Game series.
Lately, cheeseburgers win first prize.
I love my car…it’s not fancy. It’s a light green Hyundai Accent! lol
Twitter or Facebook?:
Television or movies?:
Chocolate or Peanut Butter?:
Sweet or Salty?:
Coffee or Tea?:
Inside or Outside?:
Morning or Night?:
Night I guess.
I’m Jenna, and I am the founder and editor of Canadian Beats. I have had a strong love for Canadian music, which started many years ago. I have a passion for promoting these talented Canadian bands and artists, and that’s how Canadian Beats came to be. I am so proud of what it has become over the last few years, with many talented music lovers and writers coming together to spread the word of Canada’s music.