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Annette Ducharme

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Role  Musician ยท
Name  Annette Ducharme
Associated acts  Bowers-Ducharme

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Albums  Toilet Trained, Blue Girl, Talented Girl, Sanctuary, Flowers in the Concrete, Tortured, Bloom
Nominations  Juno Award for Most Promising Female Vocalist of the Year
Similar People  Ken Greer, Jeff Jones, Tom Cochrane, Red Rider, Lawrence Gowan

Occupation(s)  Musician, songwriter

Annette Ducharme - No Such Thing 1989

Annette Ducharme, also known as Anet (born February 23 in Windsor, Ontario) is a Canadian musician and songwriter. She is best known as a songwriter for other performers, including Tom Cochrane and Lawrence Gowan, but has also recorded several albums, both as a solo artist and as a member of the band Bowers-Ducharme (with James Bowers).


Ducharme is also known for her song "Start Again," co-written with Darren Radtke. It is known among television viewers worldwide as the theme song of the CBC Television teen soap opera Edgemont.

Ducharme, a Franco-Ontarian, was born in Windsor, Ontario.



  • 1981 - In Real Life
  • Annette Ducharme

  • 1989 - Blue Girl
  • 1994 - Sanctuary
  • 1995 - Bloom
  • Anet

  • 1996 - Don't Argue With Her (international re-release of "Bloom")
  • 1997 - Tortured
  • 2002 - Talented Girl
  • 200? - New CD?
  • Filmography

  • Left to Blossom
  • Composer

  • Rapid Fire (2005)
  • Tall Tale Heart (2004)
  • References

    Annette Ducharme Wikipedia

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