The Belle Lurette group will be performing at Cafe Meteor Bistro on Friday, September 28th starting at 9pm. A bilingual evening with American folk songs, Quebec songs and French classics. A memorable music evening where gentleness meets rhythm and where voices and instruments combine the pleasure of the band with yours.
About Belle Lurette
The group takes its name from the French popular expression “il y a belle lurette …” which means “a long time ago”. And it has been a long time since the members of our group plow the paths of music, sometimes solo, sometimes in group and together for three years now. Belle Lurette is a pianist, Guy Marchand, who is also musical director and singer. It is also Laurier Lacasse, who is bassist. It’s Yvan Jacques, guitarist, and these are the three girls: Marie-Luce Bergeron solo singer and percussionist, Josée Drolet, singer, percussionist and Christine Meunier, who sings and plays drums and percussion. The band is particularly fond of songs that make it possible to exploit vocal harmonies. It is therefore among the American and English folk, the Quebec and French song, and the jazz accents that the members of Belle Lurette draw their challenges, by adapting these pieces to their very personal way.
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at the Cafe Meteor Bistro