Back to school 2022: 15 Quebec shows to see

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Richard Séguin 

The songwriter may have celebrated his 70th birthday last March, but it is a busy year 2022 that he has on the calendar. On the menu: new album and new tour! It is on September 15, in Saint-Eustache, that the singer will begin his tour. It will notably perform at the Théâtre Petit Champlain (October 19-20-21-22, December 3-4) and the Outremont Theater (November 3-4). 

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Nicole: Songs of a lifetime 

Launched last June, this show aims to pay tribute to the 50-year career of the great Nicole Martin. On stage, the trio formed by Marie-Élaine Thibert, Véronique Claveau and Marie Michèle Desrosiers performs all the greatest successes of the one who sat at the top of the charts and marked generations. At the Salle Albert-Rousseau (October 2) and at the Cabaret du Casino de Montréal (October 7-8). 

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Fred Pellerin 

The popular storyteller is back with a new show again featuring his character Toussaint Brodeur , Going down to business. If you can't wait until December to see it in Quebec City, or March 2023 for Montreal, the storyteller will be in several regions this fall. 

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Marc Dupré 

The singer wonders “Where will the world be” in his new show-event. It will be in its rooms, of course! After kicking off his tour at the end of spring, the songwriter will hit the roads of Quebec this fall with his five musicians. It will notably be at Salle Wilfrid-Pelletier on October 30. 

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Bruno Pelletier 

It's an autumn juggling between Notre-Dame de Paris and its new show Sous influences that Bruno Pelletier will experience. The singer, who has just celebrated his 60th birthday, will also release a biographical book, It came to time…, and an album this fall…because the time has come. At the André-Mathieu hall in Laval (October 2). 

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Gab Bouchard 

The 23-year-old musician has just released a very solid second album, Grafignes. Before launching his tour in October, he will do five shows for the Evenko Foundation, along with Marie-Pierre Arthur, Vincent Vallières, Laura Niquay and Valence. A nice skewer! 

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Vulgaires Machins 

After years of hiatus, the excellent Quebec punk band returns to the front of the stage for a mini-tour with the Americans Anti-Flag. The combo will notably be at the Impérial Bell in Quebec (November 13) and at the MTelus in Montreal (November 19). Les Vulgaires, who have reissued their discography, will also release a new album this fall. 

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QW4RTZ  

The four singers are back with a new show A Cappella Hérosin which they will again present all their vocal prowess. Directed by Serge Postigo, this new show is inspired by the Guitar Hero video game. At the Grand Théâtre de Québec (November 12) and for the Montreal back-to-school season at Théâtre Maisonneuve (November 23). 

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Marie-Mai 

The rocker, recently converted into host of Big Brother, continues its intimate tour She and I simply. She will notably be at the Étoile Dix30 in Brossard (October 12). 

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Latraverse Feather 

Our great national soft flank is back with an acoustic show, Séquelles?, in the company of the Laid Trio (Jean-Claude Marsan, Grégoire Morency). This show with a chansonnier atmosphere puts the texts forward. At the Grand Théâtre (October 20 to 22) and at the Théâtre Maisonneuve (October 29).

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Paul Daraîche 

The country artist had a great tour planned in duet with Renée Martel. But fate would have it otherwise. To pay tribute to his departed great friend, Paul Daraîche has decided to continue the tour Against winds and tideswith Annie Blanchard and Laurence Jalbert. 

  • daraiche-martel.ca 

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It is 40 years of career that the interpreter celebrates in this new show, Comme au premier rendezvous. A concert that is likely to bring back fond memories to fans of the first hour. At the Saint-Denis Theater in Montreal (September 16-17) and at the Capitole in Quebec (October 11-12). 

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Sylvain Cossette 

In a new formula bringing together the best of the 1970s and 1980s, as well as the Beatles, the singer has only one objective: to party with the public and its musicians. At the Étoile Dix30 (September 29). 

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Jean-Michel Blais 

A few months after releasing his excellent new album, aubades, the acclaimed composer is hitting the roads of Quebec. He will notably be at the Anglican in Lévis (September 23) and the Étoile Dix30 in Brossard (October 4). 

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Zachary Richard 

2022 is a big year for Quebec's favorite Louisiana artist. After releasing his new album Danser le ciel last March, the songwriter embarked on an impressive tour across the province. It will notably perform at the Outremont Theater on October 13. 

There is no doubt that he will give pride of place to his new album, launched in the wake of his 50-year career, in which he explores the classics of his repertoire with a chamber orchestra.  

“When I performed Au bord du lac Bijou in a symphonic concert, I realized that my audience was ready to welcome my songs with a silkier, more elegant approach, which propelled him into a chamber orchestra musical universe,” the songwriter said in a statement. , The ballad of Jean Batailleur, Paddle, Working is too hard, At the edge of Lac Bijou < /em>and The tree is in its leaves.