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Fred Fortin

Fred Fortin popped his head up in the Quebec underground in 1996. Since that time he spent some time working slowly, releasing an archive every 2 yrs, but toured continuously. And despite a cruel insufficient support from industrial radio and Television stations, his music have got galvanized the Quebec rock …

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Nicole Martin

Nicole Martin is a Francophone singer/songwriter and maker from Quebec, Canada, with a grown-up pop design whose profession peaked in recognition during the past due ’70s and early ’80s. Created on Sept 29, 1949, in Donnacona, Quebec, she started her recording profession in 1967 as an associate from the duo …

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Vulgaires Machins

French-Canadian punk rock and roll quartet Vulgaires Machins shaped in the past due ’90s in Montréal, Quebec. They released their indie debut, La Vie Est Belle, in 1996. It had been accompanied by 24-40 in 1998, Regarde le Monde in 2000, Aimer le Mal in 2002, the Crossing the Bridge/Passe …

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Wizard

Bassist Harry Marks founded Wizard in 1970 with guitarist George Bowser and drummer Mike Driscoll. The group released many singles that yr but split up in 1972. Marks started a solo profession immediately after and released one well-known solitary, “Sad and Basic Man.”

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Colin McPhee

Created in Montreal, Canada, Colin McPhee was a unique and imaginative composer, ethnomusicologist, pianist, and writer, most noted for absorbing the noises of Balinese music into his have compositions. He found the U.S. to review in the Peabody Institute in Baltimore, where his structure instructor was Gustav Strube (1867-1953). He …

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Arion

Arion is a chamber outfit mainly specialized in the overall performance of Baroque music. The group uses period devices and includes about 19 players, although number frequently expands or agreements predicated on requirements of repertory. Why is the group exclusive is it does not have any regular conductor, though it …

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Toulouse

Backup performers Heather Gauthier, Judi Richards and Lorri Zimmerman formed Toulouse in Montreal in 1975. Their second recording, Export (1977), was the English-translation edition of their self-titled 1976 debut.

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Mort Sahl

Mort Sahl was arguably one of the most influential comedian from the postwar period; a provocative politics satirist, he singlehandedly revolutionized the humor medium to make an art with a range and impact considerably beyond simple slapstick and gags. Sahl’s conversational, free-associative design — an amalgam of anecdotes, one-liners, and …

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Claude St-Jean

Trombonist, composer, and bandleader Claude St-Jean is component of a era of performers who emerged in the Montréal creative music picture in the mid-’90s, in the wake of previous musicians such as for example Jean Derome, René Lussier, André Duchesne, and Robert Marcel Lepage, who had begun saving in the …

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Daniel Bélanger

Electro-folk singer/songwriter Daniel Bélanger surfaced from obscurity in 1992 to be probably one of the most acclaimed and popular Québecois performers of his era. Given birth to in Montreal in 1962, Bélanger 1st attracted interest in 1983 using the group Humphrey Salade. Despite a fervent pursuing on the neighborhood golf …

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