Clara Charron is a music industry writer from Ottawa, Canada. Her blog, Pop of Colour, focuses on discussing business and marketing with independent artists in colourful and relevant ways.

Pop of Colour was officially launched in December 2016, while Clara was studying Music Industry Arts at Algonquin College. Its growing reader base is extremely engaged in her work; as Clara started as a singer-songwriter herself, she understands how to connect ideas and teachings through creative storytelling.

Clara’s words have been featured in Follow Magazine (Australia),  Ear To The Ground (USA), The Somber Lane (Italy), When The Horn Blows (UK), Ottawa Beat (Canada), and the Cross 3 Network (USA), the latter of which received over 10,000 views in the first week of the article being published, more than doubling the blog’s previous readership. She recently led a workshop on social media for musicians as part of the Ottawa Grassroots Festival 2017.

When not writing, Clara can be found playing the mandolin, reading non-fiction books, and actively contributing to Ottawa’s growing music city.




“I know you’ll love her engaging style and great insight into how to promote music and other creative work.”

–   Nathan March, founder and editor of Follow Magazine

“Clara Charron’s Pop of Colour Music site continues to produce engaging content that helps musicians while highlighting the exciting Ottawa music scene.”

– Greg Jones, co-founder and senior editor of Ear To The Ground