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Joey Robin Haché, Jacques Surette

Joey Robin Haché & Jacques Surette

Fridays at the Fourth

Francophone Music Singer/Songwriter Rock Folk
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  Oct 16, 2020 - 8:00 pm EDT

**This show was originally recorded on January 17, 2020**

Joey Robin Haché is an Acadian artist from Nigadoo, in northern New Brunswick. He is author-composer-performer, visual artist, trainer, manager and  administrator of the financing of the artists at Le Grenier musique. Since 2012, Joey has been touring the Acadian, Canadian and European music scene. His music offers dark and peaceful lyrics, songs that are moving and deep. An excellent guitarist, he offers an alternative rock sound with a punk sound that is both completely crazy and thoughtful. Joey received the "Pop Artist of the Year" award atNew Brunswick Music Awards in October 2017 and was nominated for "Francophone Recording of the Year" with Stigma at the East Coast Music Awards (ECMA, May 2018). Joey Robin Haché's third album, entitled Trente, will be released on the November 1st, 2019.

Jacques Surette is a young songwriter/composer from southwestern Nova Scotia. He spends most of his time writing songs that talk about his culture and his part of the country. In recent years, this young artist has generated a lot of interest on social networks with his simple and touching songs. His video "Marche marche marche" has been viewed a few hundred thousand times. In June 2019, he released his first album, "Marche, marche, marche" (Le Grenier musique) co-directed by Lisa LeBlanc and Benoit Morier.

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