September 26

Radar Musical - FEQ Edition

The artists you must discover

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ETIENNE DUPUIS presents…

Tire le Coyote

July 5, 2019, 9:10 pm, Hydro-Québec Stage
Singer-songwriter Benoît Binette is ready to present his very own take on folk music. Beneath his rugged appearance is a sensitive voice with a touch of lightness that creates an interesting blend with his lively melodies. His poetic lyrics are carefully coupled with simple notes without any frills. He describes his music as a marriage between literary influences such as Richard Desjardins and anglophone musical influences like Neil Young. His album Désherbage, released in 2017, got him a nomination for a Juno award in the “Best francophone album” category.

Etienne Dupuis
418-930-5807
etienne.dupuis@hotmail.com
www.facebook.com/etiennedupuismusique

SAMUEL LUSSIER presents…
Steve Hill

The first time I saw Steve Hill, I was 15 years old and it was at the St-Jean-Baptiste show on the Plains of Abraham. Three weeks later, I saw him again. He was opening for ZZ Top and I was, once again, I was mesmerized by his ability to play guitar.
Today, I lost count of how many times I had the honor to witness his skills in concert and I have never been disappointed. The feel, the vibe and the soul of Steve Hill is a unique mix and I will not miss his show on July 10 and neither should you! He will be opening for Buddy Guy, the last great monument of Chicago Blues.


PAUL LIMPALAER presents…
Caravane

How to introduce Caravane? In three words: Quebecois, Rock, Sex-appeal. I have seen many Rock concerts in my life, but the energy that these guys project is comparable to World-Wide super stars!
Their lyrics convey their group’s creativity and their rock sound is like nothing we see anymore! With the release of their last album “Supernova”, we expect a captivating show like usual. Personally, I will not miss their performance on Loto Québec Stage on Tuesday, July 9, at 7:00 pm. I thank groups like Caravane who prove that Rock is not dead and that it will not die soon either, especially not in Quebec!

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