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Charlotte Diamond

Charlotte Diamond
Born (1945-07-31) 31 July 1945
Richmond, British Columbia, Canada
Origin Metro Vancouver
Genres Children's music
Labels Hug Bug Records
Website .comcharlottediamond

Charlotte Diamond (born 31 July 1945) is a Canadian children’s singer. She has recorded 12 albums including the Juno Award winning 10 Carrot Diamond. Some of her most popular songs include "4 Hugs a Day", "I Am a Pizza", "Octopus", "Each of Us Is a Flower", and "May There Always Be Sunshine". Charlotte Diamond has also recorded songs in Spanish and French, including "Je suis un pizza" and "Qu’il y ait toujours le soleil". She has toured in Canada and the U.S.

Charlotte Diamond was born in Richmond, British Columbia. She graduated from North Delta Secondary School in 1963. She attended the University of British Columbia to study French and Zoology. Charlotte Diamond taught music, French, and science to junior-high school students for 12 years. She currently lives with her family in Richmond.

Awards and recognition


  • 10 Carrot Diamond
  • Bonjour l'hiver
  • Charlotte Diamond's World
  • Diamonds and Daydreams
  • Diamonds and Dragons
  • Diamond in the Rough
  • My Bear Gruff
  • Nous sommes tous comme les fleurs
  • Qu'il y ait toujours le soleil
  • Sing-Along with Charlotte
  • Soy una Pizza
  • The Christmas Gift

External links

  • Charlotte Diamond Official Site

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