Annette Ducharme

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Annette Ducharme
Born February 23
Windsor, Ontario, Canada
Occupation(s) Musician, songwriter
Associated acts Bowers-Ducharme

Annette Ducharme, also known as Anet[1] (born February 23 in Windsor, Ontario) is a Canadian musician and songwriter. She is best known as a songwriter for other performers, including Tom Cochrane and Lawrence Gowan, but has also recorded several albums, both as a solo artist and as a member of the band Bowers-Ducharme (with James Bowers).[1]

Ducharme is also known for her song "Start Again," co-written with Darren Radtke. It is known among television viewers worldwide as the theme song of the CBC Television teen soap opera Edgemont.

Ducharme, a Franco-Ontarian, was born in Windsor, Ontario.



  • 1981 - In Real Life

Annette Ducharme

  • 1989 - Blue Girl
  • 1994 - Sanctuary
  • 1995 - Bloom


  • 1996 - Don't Argue With Her (international re-release of "Bloom")
  • 1997 - Tortured
  • 2002 - Talented Girl
  • 200? - New CD?


  • Left to Blossom


  • Rapid Fire (2005)
  • Tall Tale Heart (2004)


  1. ^ a b Dillon, Charlotte. "Biography: Annette Ducharme". Allmusic. Retrieved 3 July 2010.

External links

  • Official Website

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