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Wednesday, 12 July 2017 23:10
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His ambitions to enter the global market, Bobby Bazini has transposed on Wednesday night in a parc de la Francophonie chock-full to which he was offered a show worthy of the rock star he is becoming.
With his black leather jacket and his forelock, which is placed carelessly in his face, Bobby Bazini had the look of an idol, able to conquer all of the crowds when he appeared in the darkness, with its eight musicians and two backup singers.
The cries of sporadic its fans, and the sign that one of them held out in front of the scene have confirmed this impression.
Bazini did not delay to delight his fans, who have purchased its second sellout crowd in four years at the parc de la Francophonie, and unwrapped it from the outset of the titles of his most recent Summer is Gone, to know Blood’s Thicker Than Water and the soul swaying of Strangers.
Even if he is a big shy, Bazini has sometimes let go into the emotion, as when he has finished to his knees The Only One or in its interpretation to flower of skin of Leonard Cohen.
His verbal communications with the public are, nevertheless, remained limited and a bit awkward. “We are still sold-out, it is really appreciated,” he still pointed out, the air sincerely grateful for the renewed support of the people of Quebec
The return of a doubled acoustic where he returned with aplomb in The train of the north, Félix Leclerc, Bazini has received the visit of his brother Kevin Bazinet. The time a recovery has been very about To Love Somebody, the Bee Gees, the brothers have delivered a powerful duel vocal. Draw will be our verdict, history not to make jealous.
The rest of the concert was performed in a manner beyond reproach, in particular, Summer is Gone and the very rock Wish You Were Here, where the contribution of the orchestra is felt the most, before that is the life, the success of pan-canadian, vienna to conclude the evening on a note that brings people together.
It is said the great Matt Holubowski because of his stature. If it continues to rock the heart as it did on Wednesday, in the first part of Bazini, his greatness will be measured very soon its artistic importance.
High musically to the school of Patrick Watson, Sigur Ros, the ex-finalist of The Voice has not been elected to the hope FEQ 2017 without reason. Primed smooth by The Warden & The Hangman delivered in duo with the cellist Marianne Houle, his performance has quickly taken the safe when the other three musicians appeared to offer versions of manicured a series of pieces from his album, Solitudes.
After this segment, Holubowski has raised the bar three notches, first with the new Dawn, She Woke Me, and then with the poignant Sweet Surreal and strings sumptuous and soulful.
From this point, the parc de la Francophonie was hanging on his lips and the last right has been a long and intense crescendo perfectly mastered by Holubowski.
Vollebekk: nice listening
Montreal’s Leif Vollebekk has also launched the tower of song in delicacy with its indie-folk that evokes a cross between Bob Dylan and Bon Iver. Rather introverted, Vollebekk has left to talk about his music, in this case the pieces of his third album, the highly-rated Twin Solitude. It has succeeded in the coup to install a relaxing atmosphere and harvested at passage of a good quality listening. This is not a trivial task, in the early evening, when the public is not the most attentive. However, Vollebekk has responded to this challenge in a beautiful way.