RVF 2016-2017 - Week 64 - CFRU
Feature a handful of local francophone artists that have recently performed in Ontario, in Guelph
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Uploaded: 17 Nov, 2017
Recording Date: 17 Nov, 2017
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Program Title: RVF 2016-2017 - Week 64 - CFRU
Description: Damien Robitaille, born in Ontario, Georgian Bay area. Has multiple albums, over a decade of music. Very talented. His fun, playful rock will put a smile on your face.
Lisa Leblanc, from NewBrunswick, Traditional folk banjo with attitude. She has a fun way of looking at life on the bright side, no matter the hard times. Recent performances at London’s folk festival, and Guelph’s Hillside, making a stop in Toronto, before her return to Quebec.
Klo Pelgag, a very colourful artist from Trois Rivières. She won the félix award for best new artist in 2014, and her album “L’alchimie des monstres” was anominee for best francophone album of the year at the juno awards 2015. She spends a lot of time performing in Europe, and Quebec, and has graced us with a performance at hillside this summer.
Coeur de Pirate, Solo project of Béatrice Martin that started in 2008. Now a young Mother. She has a lovely soft voice. Won 2 félix awards in 2009, and 2 more Félix awards at the gala disque in 2012. Performance in Guelph, at hillside this year. She has also performed in Toronto, at Danforth music hall. Often tickets will sell out not only in Ontario, but also on her tours in Europe. Waterloo, starlight social club another sold out show.
Duchess says, a punk band from Montreal. Perform often in Ontario. This summer they have visited Toronto, Sudbury, and Guelph.
Featured Speakers/Guests: Sandra Doucette
Society and CultureType: Weekly Program