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February 16, 2014
Sunday • 2 p.m.
On Sunday, February 16, Randall Spear will be hosting the first of two concerts this season alongside with one of Canada’s best guitarists and most expressive vocalists, Paul Deslauriers. Paul has been in the business for over twenty years and has seven rock and blues albums under his belt.
The up-and-coming local folk-rock band Tous Azimuts will also be part of this show. Winners of the Prix de la Relève du Vieux Bureau de Poste de Lévis, the five young musicians of Tous Azimuts have performed on some of the city’s finest stages including the Théâtre du Petit Champlain and the Salle Sylvain-Lelièvre.
Don't miss our first winter show in this series of bilingual concerts at the Morrin Centre. Learn more
Information about the event
- 418 694-9147
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