Anique Granger was born into one of Saskatchewan's most musical francophone families. Combining her father's love for words with the maternal side's melodies, she has developed into a devoted guitarist with an undeniable passion for songwriting.
In 1995 she formed the band Polly-Esther with a childhood friend, violinist Rachel Duperreault. After performing at various festivals and contests within the province, Anique's calling eventually lead her to the Festival International de la Chanson de Granby in 1996. In 2003, the duo was awarded the prize for Outstanding Francophone Recording at the Western Canadian Music Awards.
After 3 albums and 10 years of touring across Canada, Europe, The United States, Egypt and Israel, Anique has decided to leave Polly-Esther and embark on a solo project.
Now living in Montreal, the gifted self-starter is mapping a musical landscape shaped by the space and color of her Prairie roots. Drawing us into a captivating and sensuous place the strength of her guitar admirably supports the melodious weight of her words.
After the release in of her two latest EP's, one in English, the other in French, Anique has begun a series of concerts that will lead her not only across Canada, but to France, Belgium and Switzerland accompanied by her faithful guitars.
Blessed with enormous talent, the future for Anique Granger is an undoubtedly bright and promising one.