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ARP Média – Frédéric Lebeuf
Date de l’audition : 25 septembre à Montréal
Style musical : New country (country rock/pop)
Y a pas à dire, le new country s’impose de plus en plus au Québec. Après Matt Lang, Britanny Kennell, Phil G. Smith et bien d’autres, voilà qu’une jeune auteure-compositrice-interprète se lance dans l’arène.
Québec’s country music scene is on the rise. Country artists are finding more reasons to stop in Québec with the growth of Festival Country de Lotbinière, the Festival Western de Saint-Tite and an increasing country fan base. Québec has many talented country music artists and we want to introduce you to a few.
Homeschooling gets a tune up: How alternative education put singer Justine Blanchet on the road to success
Seventeen-year-old Justine Blanchet is living a life that many dream of, but few ever realize. The rising country sensation, and Québec native, performed late last year at the Moonshine Café in Oakville, Ontario. The establishment provides a relaxed, supportive atmosphere that is ideal for new artists and advanced performers alike. Blanchet has also appeared on Global News for her music.
Singer-songwriter Justine Blanchet talks to Global’s Laura Casella about her career and sings her latest single, “Feelin’ Free.”
Justine Blanchet, a 16-year-old singer-songwriter joins Global’s Laura Casella and Kim Sullivan to talk about her new single and video, and to perform “Sing Like No One’s Watching”.