St-Albert Community Centre, 7 : 30 P.M.
After spending 8 years in Nashville, Montreal’s Brittany Kennell is returning home to pursue her career. With a style that mixes modern country and vintage rock, Brittany could be described as the Sheryl Crow of Quebec. The only Canadian to have been on The Voice in the United States, the singer-songwriter has also shared the stage with renowned new country artists such as Maren Morris and Carly Pearce.
In addition to songs from her brand new album “I Ain’t A Saint”, she offers a varied repertoire of country classics from the past to the present, including Johnny Cash, Dolly Parton and Miranda Lambert. “I Ain’t A Saint” explores honesty in relationships, but also with ourselves and evokes the fact that no one is perfect, but that we must learn from our mistakes to move forward. With vulnerability but a lot of positivism, Brittany tells her stories in her own modern country style.
Gabrielle Goulet is a Franco-Ontarian singer-songwriter of incomparable freshness who charms audiences everywhere she goes. In June 2019, she made history by becoming the first recipient of the new “Francophone artist or group of the year” award and the first francophone artist to perform at the prestigious Country Music Association of Ontario Awards.
Winner of the “Best Female Artist” award at the 2015 Trille Or Awards, Gabrielle Goulet was invited, in August of that year, to sing at the opening ceremonies of the Para-Pan Am Games in Toronto. The following year, Gabrielle Goulet won the renowned “SOCAN Song of the Year” award with her song “Juste toi” at the Country Gala in Québec. From British Columbia to New Brunswick, Gabrielle Goulet has shared the stage with The Reklaws, The Washboard Union, Jason Blaine, Chad Brownlee, Nice Horse, Marie Mai and Patrick Norman, to name a few.
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