An Ottawa Idol, raised in the Pontiac by CALEB NICKERSON

Aspiring singer and former Quyon resident Elizabeth Jones won the Ottawa Idol competition at the Villa Lucia Supper Club on Sept. 10. The grand prize of the competition is 20 hours of studio time with a professional songwriter in Los Angeles.

On Sept. 10, a young singer with local roots made her way to the podium at one of the premier talent contests in Ottawa.
Elizabeth Jones, who grew up in Quyon from the age of nine to 15, was crowned this year’s Ottawa Idol at the Villa Lucia Supper Club. This is her fourth year entering the competition and her first time cracking the top six.
Jones said that singing has always been a part of her life and growing up in rural Quebec, the songs she learned were country.

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