Bec Abbot

Bec Abbot

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Bec Abbot is a Canadian pop singer. As a girl, she sang publicly in front of her father's church. Local churches soon began calling her for Sunday mornings, banquets and special events. During High School, Abbot sang in choirs and for weddings. In 1997 vocal coach Elaine Overholt saw Abbot singing and introduced her to Juno-nominated singer-songwriter Blaise Pascal. Abbot began singing back-up vocals for Pascal and opening for bands like Our Lady Peace and Tom Cochrane. It wasn't until Abbot moved outside Toronto that she began to write her own music. In 2002 Bec recorded a three-song EP, which was noticed by Roy Salmond, who went on to produce Bec's independent album Shine Like Stars in 2003. Shine Like Stars was well received, even garnering a Juno nomination. In late 2005 Bec released her second album Not So Hip; she is married and has two children.


  • Shine Like Stars (2003, review)
  • Not So Hip (2005, reviews)

    Songs in other projects
    • Signpost Collections Vol. 1, "Rest" (Signpost, 2003)
    • Canadian Bible Society centennial CD: Good News Celebration, "We Will Shine" (CMC, 2006)

    • co-wrote lyrics for the song "Not So Hip" with Carolyn Arends on Not So Hip (2005)

    Awards and recognition

    GMA Canada Covenant Awards
    • 2004 Pop/Contemporary Song Of The Year: "Thrive"......
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