Robyn Dell’Unto

“..This Canadian singer has the wit of Letterman and Leno combined, and the vocal prowess to back up every word… an acoustic female who finds a happy medium between Sarah McLachlan’s sad ballads and Ingrid Michaelson’s sugary seduction.” –

Mississauga native Robyn Dell’Unto first took the stage in Hamilton, ON, supporting emerging Canadian beauties like Basia Bulat, Jill Barber and Melissa McClelland. By 2009, she had inked a deal with Orange Lounge Records / inDiscover Recordings after making waves in their YouDiscover Summer Concert Series.

In the months to follow, Dell’Unto’s songs were featured on CBC’s ‘Being Erica’, Disney’s ‘Harriet The Spy’ and CMT’s ‘Unstable’ and ‘ER Vets’, as well as indie film fest favourite ‘Unrivaled’ (dir. Warren P. Sonoda). She “crashed” the 2010 Junos in St. John’s, Newfoundland as a correspondent for Bell Sympatico and was interviewed over the course of one year as the subject of The Robyn Dell’Unto Story, a “making of” documentary currently featured on

The singer struts through downtown Toronto in a giant yellow bird suit in the video for her first single, “Just A Bird,” which has been in rotation on MuchMusic / MuchMoreMusic since it’s release. Dell’Unto’s debut record “I’m Here Every Night” (Orange / inDiscover) was released September 2010 (Orange / inDiscover).

Produced by Adam King (Good Lovelies, Mookie and the Loyalists), Daryn Barry (Lindy, Hayden) and Bob Doidge (Ani DiFranco, Weeping Tile), the exclusively self-composed collection flaunts her signature sugary growl, off-the-cuff lyrics and playful sparkle of a newcomer with undeniable lasting potential.