Two guys from Chapais have almost filled to capacity Place Festivalma Sunday night. More than 7,500 fans 2Frères moved for 90 minutes of great music. Erik and Sonny Cayouette have opened the ball with a great jam on barrels. The audience was spellbound.
The two brothers, nice guys, stand out for their simplicity and authenticity. Throughout the evening, they took the time to go public to chain each pass of the show.
Accompanied by five musicians, folk rock group started with the demon of noon To life, to death, taken from her debut album, We others. They offered Road Trip, song they composed to honor the time when they were singers in bars. They have traveled kilometers.
Then the good success invading the airwaves, and 33 rpm What do you say, were sung in the outdoor amphitheater. “Seeing so many people together like that, and sing the lyrics of our songs, it’s pretty amazing. What a nice feeling, “launched songwriters.
On stage, the two brothers in their twenties quickly create a valuable connection with their fans. Not far from them, it was pretty neat to see the little Glory-Ann, age 4, singing the songs of his father Erik. Too cute!
On the road, the group occupies the mind while listening to Francois Perusse. The crowd was treated to a nice medley of the latter. They pushed a few good hits of training Chez Geek, which marked their childhood. The guys offered their version of success monster 7 Years that we never tire of hearing. Fans of Beau Dommage also got a nice nod to the training. “It is thanks to them that others learned to do vocal harmonies. The first songs we have sung in the basement of our parents, it was a shame the Beautiful, “Erik told in an interview with The Daily.
The 2Frères We have kept other for dessert.
In all, twenty pieces reasoned Place to Festivalma. What a wonderful evening! A sight to see.
The tour training continues throughout Quebec until fall. The group will be in the Chicoutimi port area July 15 and the Blueberry Festival in Dolbeau-Mistassini, August 5.
Festirame this Monday night, Jason Hudon and Jeanick Fournier. On Tuesday, the coach of The Voice, the talented Ariane Moffatt, will be on stage.