The Quebec City band is led by Hubert Lenoir, now making a big splash as a solo artist. This new single has an infectious funk meets glam vibe, with light-hearted lyrics and vocals that channel Prince.
Eclectic pop singer Hubert Lenoir took top honours at the 40th annual ADISQ Awards, taking home three awards acknowledging his newfound success with his debut album Darlène. In a public vote, “Fille de personne II” won in the best song category.
The premier music awards show in Quebec turns 40 this year, celebrating with three events in Montreal in late October. Multiple nominees include Philippe Brach (pictured) and glam rocker Hubert Lenoir, a recent showstopper at the Polaris Prize gala. There is a public voting component for three ADISQ Performer of the Year categories.
Rihanna (pictured) praises education, ticket gouging explored, and the Music Modernization Act passes. Others in the headlines include William Prince, Quebec's music industry, Martin Bandier, Michael Ford, Bob Marley, The Mercury Prize, luthiers, Hubert Lenoir, Prince, and Rifflandia.