Arlene Quinn

From humble beginnings in rural Lanark, Ontario and the middle of
three children, Arlene found her voice at the age of five when she
received her first guitar as a Christmas gift. Arlene began writing her
own songs at the age of eleven and as a teenager began touring with
her own band Arlene Quinn and Ramblin' Rose. At the age of 18,
Arlene was one of Ottawa Valleys highly sought after and most
established female vocalists which gave her the honor of opening
shows for Grand Ole Opry stars Johnny Duncan, Stonewall Jackson,
Charlie Walker, Tommy Cash, and whispering Bill Anderson throughout
Ontario and Quebec. After receiving great advice and support from her
Grand Ole Opry heroes she committed to a full time career as a
recording and performing artist.

After opening a show for Bobby Helms (My Special Angel) in Cornwall,
Ontario she gained the attention of a management team who would
develop her artistry to another level. Arlene’s quest to improve her
craft led her to work with sought after Nashville vocal coach Robin
Wiley (Justin Timberlake, Britney Spears) and Canadian Colleen
Peterson. After polishing her songwriting skills and vocals Arlene went
on to win several regional song writing and singing competitions. This
was a precursor of the success to follow.

Recognition and accolades from these competitions gave Arlene the
opportunity to open shows for many American and Canadian country
music stars. Arlene has shared the stage with Lorrie Morgan, Terri
Clark, Kenny Rogers, Loretta Lynn, Kitty Wells, Faron Young, Jeannie
Seeley, Tammy Wynette, as well as Patricia Conroy, Dallas Harms, Anita
Perras, Family


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