Cabaret Routhier – Music – Cancelled
« Cabaret Routhier » - Cancelled
April 4, 8:00 pm
Born for the stage, author, songwriter and performer Philippe Routhier invites two acoustic singers, Joëlle Saint-Pierre and Maxime Auguste, to a cozy lounge.
Admission: $ 5
Information/tickets: 450 295-2621
Native of Chicoutimi, Joëlle has been making music most of her life and recently, has been singing original songs written alone or with her friends. Yes, she accompanies herself on the vibraphone, yes with four drumsticks. Yes, it’s heavy. No, she should not have learned to play the flute instead, even though she respects instruments of all shapes and sizes and that music is everywhere. Yes, Joëlle writes her biography using the third person.
A man shaped by the Montreal alleys, Maxime Auguste sings of loneliness and love in all forms. With Acadian country as his guilty pleasure, he transitions, with disarming authenticity, from comedy to melancholy. His unrefined, urban, and cinematic poetry sets him apart from many current country-folk bands. Far from the vapid indie sounds, his music is organic and sprinkled with disenchanted masculine choruses.
Dunham Municipal Library Art Center
Édifice Pierre Bernier
3638, rue Principale
Dunham QC J0E 1M0
Contact: Ms. Ève Sano-Gélinas
Tel.: 450 295-2621 / 450 521-8025
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