Chantal Kreviazuk (born May 18, 1973 in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada) is a Canadian rock-pop-musician (piano) and singer-songwriter.
Her first album Under These Rocks and Stones was released in 1997 and was widely praised by critics and music lovers. In 1998, she landed her first international hit with a cover version of John Denver’s Leaving on a Jet Plane in the soundtrack of the blockbuster Armageddon. Your next big hit in 2002, they managed to In This Life.
In December 1999 she married the singer Raine Maida of the Canadian alternative rock band Our Lady Peace. She is the mother of three sons.
* Under These Rocks and Stones (1997)
* Color Moving and Still (1999)
* What If It All Means Something (2002)
* Ghost Stories (2006)
* Plain Jane (2009)
* Avril Lavigne – Under My Skin (2004)
* Kelly Clarkson – Breakaway (2004)
* Diana DeGarmo – Blue Skies (2004)
* Gwen Stefani – Rich Girl (2005)
* The Veronicas – The Secret Life Of The Veronicas (2005)
* Marion Raven – Here I Am (2005) and “Set Me Free (2007)
* Cheyenne Kimball – The Day Has Come (2006)
* God Made Me
* Leaving On A Jet Plane
* Before You
* Dear Life
* Far Away
* In This Life
* What If It All Means Something
* Leaving on a Jet Plane, in Armageddon (1998)
* Another small adventure in Stuart Little (1999)
* Feels like home, and Weight of the world, in How to Lose a Guy in Ten Days
* These Days “and” I Want You to Know, in The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants (2005)
There are also several songs in the television series Charmed, Dawson’s Creek, Felicity and Smallville. Particular attention from the critics took their song ‘Time’ in the film Uptown Girls (in German: A bitch of Hazzard).
* Century Hotel (2001), as “Mary”
* Pretty Broken (2006), short film, as a screenwriter, producer and actress