Les Productions le Moulin présentent Annie Lou www.annielou.ca (folk, old-time, bluegrass, string band music, twin fiddling)
“Annie Lou’s music is loose and playful, intense and breezy; performed by a smart woman and her highly polished sizzling band.” -No Depression Magazine
samedi 19 mai à 19:30/Saturday, May 19 at 7:30; le Richelieu (Meteghan River)
Billets/Tickets: $28 à l'avance/in advance; $30 à la porte/at the door; $15 (étudiants/students)
Ocean Blue Music (Yarmouth); Weymouth Drug Store; Saulnierville Pharmacy; La Shoppe Verte (Concession)
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org (902) 769-3288
Prix de musique folk canadienne - Canadian Folk Music award nominee 2009, 2012, 2015
Nomination: Juno 2010
Andrew Collins (mandoline, violon); Anne Louise Genest (guitare, banjo, voix); Sarah Hamilton (violon, voix); Max Heinemann (basse, voix);
Since 2002 Anne Louise Genest has released 6 acclaimed albums, the last four under the name Annie Lou. She released most of these albums while living in the Yukon woods, which may explain why she remains one of the best-kept secrets on the Canadian roots music scene. Band member Andrew Collins is a 5-time Juno nominee and a 7-time Canadian Folk Music Award winner!
“In the Country”: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tQIoShEdIbw
La presse en parle/Media quotes
“There is magic here: superior picking, excellent rhythm work, impressive and whimsical lyrics. Genest’s lead vocal style echoes the McGarrigles and Sylvia Tyson, but she is irrefutably herself.” -Country Standard Time
Genest’s remarkable songwriting…move across a range of emotions and each evokes the right texture.” -High Octane Music
“There is another life out there besides Wall Street and Starbucks. That’s the world Annie Lou has opened for you here. Don’t be foolish and ignore it. It will enrich you.” -No Depression Magazine
Commanditaires/Sponsors: Patrimoine canadien; Arts N.S.; Comeau’s Sea Foods Ltd.; Belliveau Motors Ltd.