Marianne D'Elia is a singer/songwriter from Winnipeg, Manitoba. Working with some of Winnipeg’s finest musicians, Marianne performs many different genres of music including pop, jazz, country and rock.    

Over the years, Marianne's unique voice has caught the attention of many audiences.  Marianne has performed at various events throughout Winnipeg, entertaining clients such as the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation, the Winnipeg Humane Society, the National Insurance Brokers Association of Canada, Siloam Mission, Seven Oaks General Hospital, the Brandon Chamber of Commerce and Paterson Global Foods.    

Marianne has also performed at private functions, has appeared on City TV’s Breakfast Television numerous times and has been asked to sing the national anthems at Winnipeg Goldeyes baseball games.

Along with entertaining clients with live performances, Marianne has also competed in some very worthwhile competitions.  One of Marianne's biggest accomplishments to date has been winning Winnipeg’s own 99.1 Groove FM "Project Cool" contest.  As a winner, Marianne was awarded $25,000.00 to assist in the funding for recording, production and release of an original CD.  Marianne’s debut album, Stay Another Night, was completed in the fall of 2007.  The album features a well-rounded collection of 12 original songs; all of which Marianne co-wrote and co-produced.  Her music falls into the category of adult contemporary laced with pop, jazz, Latin, and even some country influences.    

Stay Another Night was released across Canada on January 29, 2008, making its way to retail music stores and also iTunes.  Some songs received radio play locally as well as across the country. 

After taking a break from songwriting, Marianne has now begun writing and recording for her follow up project to Stay Another Night.  This time, Marianne is working alongside one of Canada’s most exceptional guitarist/songwriter/producer/engineer, whose resume includes work with everyone from Jann Arden to Robbie Williams, recipient of Producer of the Year and Engineer of the Year awards at the recent 2012 Western Canadian Music Awards, along with numerous Juno nominations and awards, Calgary’s own, Russell Broom.

For her new project, Marianne is exploring a different genre of music altogether, leaning more towards country with adult contemporary influences.

Marianne continues to perform at various venues throughout Winnipeg.  She thoroughly enjoys sharing her music with her audiences.  Be sure to check out the show dates page for upcoming live performances!   

For booking information, please contact Marianne directly.