Her debut album “Gold” reached the top ten on the college jazz radio charts in Canada, and she followed up the release with a crowd-funded, self-booked 40 stop Canadian tour. In the past year, Doty has continued to tour extensively in Canada. She had the opportunity to open for two-time Grammy-winner Gregory Porter, and recently completed a concert theatre tour with award-winning saxophonist Eli Bennett from Vancouver. Doty was recently named one of the top 35 under 35 jazz artists in Canada by CBC Music along with BadBadNotGood, Larnell Lewis, Nikki Yanosky, and more: “With an honesty and warmth that sets her apart from so many artists, Doty is an emerging Canadian talent who is clearly one to watch for 2017 and beyond.”
Doty signed a record deal with Toronto-based label Alma Records, and her new album will come out on Universal Music in Canada on March 2nd, 2018 with a Canadian tour to follow.
2017 Named to Top 35 Under 35 Canadian Jazz Artist List by CBC Music 2013 Lionel Hampton Jazz Festival "Outstanding Soloist" Award
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“Whether she was offering a new song (Passing Mile), a personal, heartfelt ballad (Just So You Know) or a standard (I’ve Got You Under My Skin), Doty displayed grace in full measure. She can interpret a song in captivating fashion, or prove she’s capable and measures deep in the genre with a mashup of her own Say You Will combined with the timeless Stand By Me. A young artist to watch, given she’s only one full-length album into her career..” Dan St. Yves, Calgary Herald, Live Performance Review, David Myles Double Bill (April 2016)