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Acoustica 2014 (Curves - no background)

Moncton Market Line Up! - Saturdays at 11 am

July 8 - Ellie Côté and FaSinantes (Accros de la Chanson)

Songwriter and performer Ellie Coté is a grade 9 student at Polyvalente Louis-J. Robichaud. She sang in a number of choirs and played piano from a very early age. It was after attending a concert by Chantal Kreviazuk that she became interested in music composition. She came first in the Solo category at the 2017 Accros de la chanson competition and will represent New Brunswick at the Canadian Francophone Games this summer. She'll take the crowd on an emotional roller coaster as she performs songs with a sensitive message inspired by real experiences.

 

July 15: Ivan Daigle

Over the last few years Ivan Daigle has emerged as one of Eastern Canada's stellar country artists.  A songwriter since the age of 10, he has a strong work ethic and a genuine desire to entertain that spans generations with ease and leaves his fans wanting more. In 2012 "Canada's Got Talent" thrust Ivan into the National Spotlight when he was the only representative of Country Music to make it to the Finals!

 

 

 

 

 Mosaiq

July 22: Mosaiq

 

 

 

 

 

Mud City Meltdown

July 29: Mud City Meltdown - Stephen Lewis

 

 

 



 

 

August 5: Jared Lutes

A 17-year veteran of both stage and studio, I am Moncton, NB singer-songwriter Jared Lutes. With echoes of Bruce Springsteen, John Mayer, and Blue Rodeo, my music can be tender and disarming, or hit hard with a rowdy rocking edge. With five albums to my credit, I have enjoyed airplay, interviews, and performances on radio and TV, appeared at many festival and conference showcases, hosted my own music events live and on TV, garnered regional and international awards, performed at hundreds of venues, and have sold thousands of CDs, mp3s and streams. My songs have also been featured on network television and in feature film. Appearing either solo or with the accomplished members of my band, I perform regularly at many public venues and private events in the Maritimes and beyond. And while I am a committed musician, I’m also a father of two small children, and married to a talented singer as well; family remains my first inspiration.

  August 12: Les 3 Retrouvailles


 

 

August 19: Joey Robin Haché

Originally from Nigadoo, New Brunswick, 28-year-old Joey Robin Haché is becoming one of the rising stars of Acadian music, and has been touring Canadian and European stages for some 8 years. He's a charismatic, bold, authentic, and passionate musician who loves to perform on stage for the audience. His music has a folk-rock sound, and his voice is reminiscent of Dédé Fortin's.
In September 2014, Joey Robin Haché combined his creative strengths with that of Guillaume Arsenault to record his first album Repaver l'âme under the Le Grenier musique label.  In August 2015, he was a finalist at the Granby International Song Festival, and in April 2016, he won Enregistrement francophone de l'année at the East Coast Music Awards (ECMA). His second album, Stigmates, produced by Sébastien Michaud, was released in November 2016.

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July 31 @ 12 p.m. - Featuring the finalists of Accros de la chanson

Miroir: Grand prize winners in the Accros de la chanson group category, Miroir is a family duo for whom authenticity is everything. After getting their start performing for family and the church community, Jonathan Dumas (guitar, vocals) and Anne Dumas (cello, vocals) draw their inspiration from folk and classical music to create thoughtful acoustic melodies, conveying a message of hope through clear harmonies executed with skill and simplicity.

Reforme: Sasha Léger (guitar, vocals), Chris Doiron (bass), Patrick Martin (guitar) and Alec Victor (drums) are from Dieppe and have been playing together for two years. Their energetic rock band shifts effortlessly from punk to alternative and love to innovate and have fun. The guys are easy going and their dynamism on stage takes the audience away from the cares of everyday life.