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FRIDAY JUNE 14

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Our beloved Cozy night at the Laundromat Expresso Bar is back this year! Come see Maude Sonier, Francine McClure, Allumette and The Hello Crows for an evening of sweet music!

 

Admission 10$
June 14 - Show at 7p.m.

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Maude Sonier

With her warm voice, authentic presence and unparalleled charisma, singer-songwriter Maude Sonier is making her mark on the francophone and Acadian scene. Hailing from Miramichi NB, she sings her heartwarming lyrics to unpredictable, dreamy tunes, taken from her debut alternative pop EP entitled "Demi-tour"!

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Francine McClure

Born in Grand Falls, Francine McClure has been singing since she can remember. With her mother, grandmother, aunts and uncles. After her studies in the music department at the Université de Moncton, Francine continued to strum her guitar and explore traditional Acadian songs in the collection of Laurent Comeau. The album Climene is the result. In 2023, she records an album: “La ballade de John Milne”, with the album launch at Centre Culturel Aberdeen. October 25th. Today, she continues to strum guitar with a bassist and a lead guitarist
lead guitarist and accordion player.

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Allumette

Biography to come

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The Hello Crows

Lessons from the past, anthems for the present, and hope in the future where truth is realized— that clear-sightedness combined with cautious optimism says a lot about what The Hello Crows are hoping to accomplish. They are not only a group of highly talented Wabanaki songwriters and storytellers, but together they stand as a collective voice representing both their people and generation simultaneously.

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