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Dione Taylor is a Canadian jazz singer. Born and raised in Regina, Saskatchewan she released her first album, Open Your Eyes, in 2004. That album was nominated for Vocal Jazz Album of the Year at the Juno Awards of 2005 and was followed by I Love Being Here with You in 2006.
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She studied jazz at Humber College in Toronto. A year later in 2004, she sang at the White House for Black Music Month during the administration of President George W. Bush. She received a Gemini Award nomination for her version of "Hymn to Freedom" by Oscar Peterson which she performed with her mentor, pianist Oliver Jones.
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- Hill, Valerie (2016-07-07). "Gospel to Soul, singer Dione Taylor brings her music to two festivals in Waterloo Region". Waterloo Region Record.
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