Check out Media Reviews and interviews with Marianne
CBC Radio Interview - "Shaken, Not Stirred" February 9, 2008
CJOB 680 AM Winnipeg Radio Interview - Larry Updike March 20, 2008
The Winnipeg Free Press
December 15, 2007
“Local chanteuse Marianne D'Elia was the lucky winner of 99.1 Cool FM's Project Cool contest providing her with the funding to write and record this fabulous dozen-tracker. It's obvious after only a few listens that D'Elia was the right choice, and it's refreshing to hear a local talent that has the both the vocal and songwriting chops to, hopefully, take her to the next level. It helps she has the spot-on talent of 'Peg City musical "wrecking crew" cats like Murray Pulver, Gilles Fournier, Daniel Roy, Leonard Shaw, Christian Dugas and Steve Broadhurst to help -- they are superb throughout. The album is a smooth adult-contemporary confection, full of D'Elia's smooth, lilting vocals that are at times a jazzier equivalent to Shania Twain. If staying another night means hearing more of this hot new talent, then count me in.” — Monk
March 6, 2008
Uptown Magazine reviewed Stay Another Night, describing it as "A polished full-length debut; a lively collection of Latin-infused, jazz-pop numbers that nicely showcase D'Elia's smooth vocals. Stay Another Night is a well-crafted contemporary jazz record."
Larry Updike, CJOB 68 AM Winnipeg Radio Host
March 20, 2008
“Winnipeg is such a hot bed of musical talent. Marianne D’Elia is another great example. Stay Another Night is the CD. The whole CD has just got this quality to it. This is great stuff.”
The Winnipeg Sun
April 17, 2008
The Winnipeg Sun reviewed Marianne's songs calling them "Adult-pop ballads flecked with dashes of jazz, blues, soul and roots -- have been impeccably crafted to showcase D'Elia's rich pipes and budding songcraft."