Paul Piché will play in its entirety one of the most significant albums of his career, On the way to the fires, during a concert at the Palais Montcalm, on November 27th.
He will not be the only one to lend himself to this exercise in the auditorium which borders the Place d’Youville. Montreal folk group The Barr Brothers will dive back into Sleeping Operator, released in 2014, on November 21, while Klô Pelgag will finally be able to release the pieces of his most recent, and acclaimed, Our Lady of the Seven Sorrows, November 28.
These three events are added to the series of Unprobable Concerts, which already has dates with GrimSkunk in acoustic format, on November 7, with Ghostly Kisses and a string quartet, on November 20, and with Steve Hill, who will perform by Jimi Hendrix, December 4.
In the case of Paul Piché, it will be a unique opportunity to hear again this album from 1988 which produced the radio hits. I call, On my skin and A sandcastle.
All concerts are presented in a hybrid format, in halls (respecting the health rules in force) and online.
If the venues are closed in November, the concerts will still take place, only online.
For all the details concerning the sale of tickets: www.palaismontcalm.ca.