Halie Loren is an international, award-winning jazz/pop singer/songwriter. She brings a fresh and original perspective to time-honored musical paths, channeling her innate understanding of connectedness across musical boundaries to forge bonds with diverse audiences in North America, Asia, and Europe. She sings in multiple languages and tours the world. Signed with Justin Time Records- North America/Europe and JVC/Victor-Japan/Asia, she’s released ten albums to-date, garnering national and international awards as well as significant critical and chart success along the way, with her albums consistently charting at #1 in Billboard/Japan Jazz Charts, iTunes (Canada and Japan) and Amazon Music.
Her debut jazz CD, 2008's “They Oughta Write a Song,” won the International Independent Music award for best vocal jazz album of the year, and she was quickly signed in Asia by JVC/Victor Entertainment. Halie has since gone on to win many awards as both a singer and a songwriter. She is signed in North America and Europe with Canadian-based Justin Time Records. Loren’s original song “Thirsty” won the Independent Music Awards’ best jazz song of the year in 2011. Her 2012 release, “Heart First,” was honored by Japan’s Jazz Critique Magazine as the best vocal jazz album of year, and reached No. 1 on the iTunes Canada jazz albums chart. In 2013, “Simply Love” debuted at No. 1 on Billboard Jazz / Japan and entered iTunes Canada as #1 jazz album. 2014’s release, “The Best Collection” also charted as Billboard Japan’s #1 Jazz Album, as did her 2015 release, “Butterfly Blue”. Her newest release, ‘From the Wild Sky”, a recording of her original songs, weaves Halie Loren’s faithful fans into her evolving tapestry, while crossing musical boundaries to forge bonds with diverse audiences worldwide as she has throughout her illustrious career. Her video for “Noah”, the 2nd single from her 2018 “From the Wild Sky” album, won an Emmy in 2019 for Best Music Video as presented by The National Academy Of Television Arts & Sciences (NATAS) Southeast Chapter. In September, 2022, she released a live CD recorded at The Cotton Club in Tokyo which is garnering great reviews! She is currently in process of recording a new jazz album in Montreal, which will be released in summer of 2023.
Along with recording success, Loren’s live performances have expanded to include performances with the Jazz Orchestra of Sicily, the Glacier Symphony of Montana, the Monroe Symphony in Louisiana, the prestigious International Britt Fest Orchestra and the Eugene Symphony, Corvallis-OSU Symphony Orchestra and Newport Symphony Orchestra in Oregon,.