julia finnegan

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"Her unique sound stands above the crowd on its own merits. Her music screams "indie artist" yet there is something sincerely pop-oriented about it. She could easily be a commercial success while maintaining the integrity of her sound."

- Mark Bergin 

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"It’s the kind of talent that quiets the room and leaves you asking when the second EP comes out."

- Nick Pearce,

Visit Kingston 

In an industry brimming with talent, Kingston, Ontario-based indie-folk artist, Julia Finnegan, stands out. In 2015, Finnegan released her debut EP, 'Thoughts Collide," which received radio-play coast-to-coast, across Canada on CBC radio.


In spring 2019, she completed her Bachelor of Fine Art degree at Queen's University; specializing in oil painting. Throughout summer 2019, Finnegan attended an accelerated Music Business Program at Humber College in Etobicoke which gave way to the opportunity for her to intern for Virginia Clark's concert-promotion company "Flying V Productions."

Finnegan has seen music from all sides. She has worked behind the scenes and has shared the stage with the many artists she admires; Rose Cousins, Justin Rutledge, Matthew Barber, The Weather Station, Kim Churchill, Miss Emily & more. 

In the fall of 2019, Finnegan was selected as one of six finalists in the inaugural YGK Emerging Musician Competition. As part of the YGK Emerging Musician Showcase, she performed some of her new material at The Isabel Bader Centre for the Performing Arts. She is now set to focus all of her energy on delivering personal portraits through her music.

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In 2015, Julia released her first EP Thoughts Collide. On December 18th, 2020, Julia released her debut full-length record "Listen to the Wallflowers." You can listen here:

Heads Or Tails - Julia Finnegan
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From "Listen to the Wallflowers":

Listen to the Wallfowers - Julia Finnegan
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Thoughts Collide - Julia Finnegan
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From "Thoughts Collide":

Dear John - Julia Finnegan
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June 18th, 2022 - NXNE: 10pm at The Cameron House

June 20th, 2022 - Red House Kingston in support of Ken Yates

July 4th, 2022 - The Frontenac Club, 6-8pm

July 15th, 2022 - Skeleton Park Brewery | 4-6pm


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recollections from friends of the tragicaly hip: miss emily

Kingston Live Podcast

Mixed tape/kingston live with reid & Jackson


Photo courtesy of Rob Whelan Photography © 2019

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