Love Conquers All
The Music Review - Top 40 Independent Country Songs New York - September 1998
"At number 6 Elise Dallaire and the song This Time"
Country Jukebox - Country Circle - October 1998
"Love Conquers All CD spotlighted"
Trans-American Broadcasting Corp. - Program Director Shane Wilder
" Elise Dallaire's - Love Conquers All added to play list ... Artist in top form with great production makes this a winner."
Timmins Daily Press - December 15, 1998 Issue - By John Emms
" Love Conquors All - nice bright mix of country music, with heartfelt lyrics."
Country Roads Radio Show - May 1999 - By Dominique Costanoga
"Elise Dallaire is Number One in the May Top Twenty Independent Chart of Country Roads Radio Show, Radio Marseillette with her splendid Love Conquers All CD."
"Elise Dallaire is Number One in the Summer Top Twenty Independent Chart of Country Roads Radio Show, Radio Marseillette with her splendid Love Conquers All CD."
Timmins Daily Press - 1999 - By Frank Dobrovnik
"Remember this name: Elise Dallaire. She's positioning herself to be the newest Timmins sensation ...."
Country Jukebox - 1999 Germany - By Max Achatz
"Moonstruck and Make Me A Jug of Margaritas are on CD Spotlights"
The Music Review - Top 40 Independent Country Songs New York - June 1999
"At Number 3 Elise Dallaire and the song Looking For Trouble"
ECMA News Radio Reporters - November 10, 1999 - By Rafel Corbi
"Elise Dallaire from Ontario, Canada, was born the sixth child of thirteen into a French Canadian family whose love of music and singing extended to all the family. Elise tours the US and Canada pleasing audiences with her unique talent and fresh creative writing style which combines both new and roots country. Her songs tell stories of life's experiences, both her own and others.
"Moonstruck" is her new and long awaited release, which follows her previous "Love Conquers All". Sadly, it only has 7 new songs (one has a version in French too).
Elise has an incredible talent used to write very beautiful and playable songs. She even has a good voice that has made her a favourite of the European DJs.
So, this album is the hottest new entry on this weeks album chart, peaking at 17. Elise's album
has been internationally promoted by Comstock Records."
ECMA News -
"Her songs tell stories of life's experiences, bothe her own and others. Elise has an incredible talent used to write very beautiful and playable songs. She even has a good voice that has made her a favourite of the European DJs. So this album is the hottest new entry on this week album chart..."
ECMA News - Album Top 40 Airplay Chart - 1st week on list at number 17
ECMA News - Top 40 Independent Artists Chart - From Moonstruck the song Guess He's Gone number 13
A Date With Destiny
Georgian Bay Today - Summer 2004 Issue - By Steve Duff
"In this case, the songs are serving history in the form of stories, stories being the building blocks of history. And through the songs, we will learn something of what came before us.... A Date With Destiny is a must-have for anycottage music collection...."
Parry Sound North Star - January 2005 Lifestayles Volume 13 - By Charlene Peck
"Its unchartered water for the recording artist, whose previous country "with a kick" style .... In a Date With Destiny she slips into a folk style, unravelling tales of proud ships and steamers meeting their demise. Her tone is almost eerie...."
The Thunder Bay Chroncile-Journal - February 19, 2005 Issue - By Peter Fergus-Moore
"On her newest CD, the stories of the Noronic, the Griffon, and such tales as the wreck of the Waubano, A Date With Destiny, the Asia and the Algoma, amoung others, are related in songs powered by Dallaire's rich voice and multi-instrumental back-up."
Cottage Life Magazine - March 2005 Issue - By David Bradstreet
"Canadian songwriting has a tradition of storytellers and perhaps because of the long winters or spiritual connection to the land, northern sonwriters are particularly good at spinning darn good yarns. Enter the new Cd from Elise Dallaire, A date With Destiny .... These songs tell specific tales...and chances are there's one that takes place not to far from your cottage. In fact, you might well find yourself imagining a rugged coastline and singing along with this CD."
Great Lakes Seaway Review - April-June 2006 Issue, Volume 34 - By Great Laker Staff
"This 15-song CD of tunes about Great Lakes shipwrecks, lighthouses and ghosts of the Great Lakes and Georgian Bay, written and performed by Canadian singer-songwriter Elise Dallaire, has been around for a year or so, but is just making its way south of the border. .... If you are a fan of such Great Lakes story-songs, take note of this new talent."