Marc Charron and Amanda Rheaume

Marc Charron                          Rheaume

GrassRoots Regina is pleased to present two singer-songwriters, Marc Charron and Amanda Rheaume in one concert as part of their cross-Canada Maple Roots Tour.

This performance will combine the powerful voice and engaging stage presence of Charron with the country-infused, acoustic-driven stylings of Rheaume.

Tuesday, September 27, 2011

The Club, 2431 8th Avenue, Regina

Show starts at 8:00 p.m.

Admission: $12 at the door.

Click here to see poster.

The Maple Roots Tour combines the talents of two of Ottawa's finest muscians, for the first time, on a national tour. Their combined talent will make this a show not to be missed.

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Thirty-six-year-old Marc Charron is a workhorse when it comes to songwriting and touring. He has been performing since the mid-nineties and has worked with several different bands over the years. Charron is also an accomplished solo artist and has the unique ability to play guitar and drums at the same time that he is singing. He has taken his one-man show on tour across Canada numerous times over the last seven years, playing over 1000 shows. He is best known for his engaging stage presence, large song catalogue and powerful voice. He performs a wide range of music styles including folk, bluegrass, house and reggae.

“His performances are always spirited, well-crafted and fun. He’s a great performer ... Go see Marc Charron perform. Bring a friend.” - David Yazbeck, CKCU Radio (Ottawa)

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Twenty-eight-year-old Amanda Rheaume may be the most accomplished and road-tested Canadian musician that you’ve never heard of. She is rapidly rising to the front of the pack of female artists in Canada. In the past two years, she has toured North America extensively and performed for Canadian troops in Afghanistan, Dubai, and Alert. She has played big festivals and opened for big names, such as The Sadies, Doc Walker, and Lucinda Williams. She’s appeared at Lilith Fair alongside Sarah McLachlan, Dixie Chicks, Indigo Girls and Sheryl Crow. Her work has spanned the musical landscape of rock, pop, folk and roots. Although Rheaume usually performs with a four-piece band, her most recent release Light of Another Day features a return to her folk roots.

“Amanda exudes excitement in concert, organically drawing in the crowds’ attention with her positive energy and downright natural love for music and performing.” - Tony Martins, Guerilla Magazine (Ottawa)

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