Ali Slaight

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Ali Slaight
[[File:Ali Slaight at the CFC Annual BBQ Fundraiser 2014 (15190793142).jpg|{{safesubst:#invoke:Math|min}}px|alt=|Ali Slaight with Gary Slaight and David Daniels, 2015]]
Ali Slaight with Gary Slaight and David Daniels, 2015
Background information
Born 1998 (age 25–26)
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Genres Pop
Occupations Singer
Instruments Vocals
Years active 2006Template:Dashpresent
Labels Universal Music Canada
Associated acts Theo Tams

Ali Slaight is a Canadian singer-songwriter signed to Universal Music Canada. She grew up in Toronto, Ontario where she performed in bands and musical theatre beginning at the age of 11. She currently attends Berklee College of Music in Boston and is working on her full-length major label debut.


Pink Floyd and Seal (2006–07)

Slaight contributed two tracks to the 2006 album Pink Floyd Redux (released on the Zone3 record label: "Learning To Fly" and "Hey You." Her rendition of Seal's "Kiss from a Rose" was nominated for best AC single at the 2006 Canadian Radio Music Awards, while her version of Etta James' "At Last" was featured in the Real Divas – Torch Light Volume 2 compilation.

Trace the Stars (2008–present)

In October 2008 Slaight released the EP Trace the Stars on Universal Music Canada and by February 2009 the record reached top 10 status on the Canadian radio charts. With collaborations from songwriter Simon Wilcox, the song also served as the soundtrack to CBC Television's Canadian Olympic highlight recap.

Ali released a charity single alongside Canadian Idol season 6 winner Theo Tams called "Do You Hear What I Hear" in December 2009.

Extended plays

Year Title Peak
2008 Trace the Stars[1] 10


Year Single Peak Album
2007 "The Story of Your Life" 75 The Story of Your Life
2008 "Great Expectations" 59
2009 "Do You Hear What I Hear?" (Feat. Theo Tams)[2] 94 1 Charity single
2011 "Mayday" (Feat. Theo Tams) TBA
"—" denotes releases that did not chart


  1. "Ali Slaight – Trace The Stars (2008, Digipack, CD)". discogs. Retrieved 18 January 2020. 
  2. "Archived copy". 
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