Braiden Turner

Seventeen year old Braiden Turner was born into a musical
family, mother Robin Moir and father Joe Turner are very well-
known on the Canadian music scene.

She has been singing since she could talk and at the age of four
performed her first gig with Wayne Rostad on the stage in
Almonte, Ontario for Light Up The Night …an enchanting
outdoor live stage show that heralds the beginning of the
Christmas season in the Ottawa Valley.

She is a gifted singer/songwriter and keyboard player who is
about to produce her first hip hop CD.

She and good friend singer/songwriter Brea have penned the
theme song for the Canadian Red Cross' anti-bullying program,
RespectED...the song is called Black and Purple.


This past Christmas Braiden produced a Christmas MP3 for
download on the website. She recreated Holly Jolly Christmas,
and the Isle of Skye Production website was inundated with
requests for download!

Her fun and fabulous remake of the Christmas classic has
become an instant hit with her friends and growing number of
fans.
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Braiden Turner and Alex Ryder on stage
Light Up the Night 2006.