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Video CanadaFest 2012

Richard Huet 29th year at CanadaFest

Richard Huet has participated at CanadaFest for 29 years. For about 10 of those 29 years he has become well loved as the master of ceremony for the festival. It brings him great pleasure to be able to sing and make people want to dance and have fun. Passing in front of the stage you can see Normand Meilleur and Francine Grimaldi. On stage, The Red Lady Panthers, bring forth a refreshing touch of beauty that is greatly appreciated.




It was J.C. Harrisson first time at CanadaFest

100% country, it was J.C. Harrisson's first time at CanadaFest. He has represented the Canadian population in Europe and encountered great success. It is an honor to have been bestowed by his presence at the urgings of Roger Charrette and Robert Doyon.

 




Lucie Marotte has a great variety of melodies in her repertoire.

Lucie Marotte has a great variety of melodies in her repertoire. Her voice is able to evoke deep emotions and rhythm with ease. In addition the musical composition of her husbands rivals those of the classics which she is capable of singing with passionate fervor.




Carla Bengivengo practically grew up on the Johnson Bandshell

Barely at the age of 20, Carla Bengivengo practically grew up on the Johnson Bandshell as one of many frequent visitor to CanadaFest. She offers up a cooing interpretation of "Always On My Mind". Along with Richard Huet and Emmanuelle Boucher she offers up a sensationally fun version of "Whose Bed Have Your Boots Been Under?" by fellow Canadian Shania Twain.




Emmanuelle Boucher won over the hearts of fans with her songs

Last year, Emmanuelle Boucher had won over the hearts of fans with songs that bring out her undeniable charisma. Her voice and her smile are absolutely contagious. This year was no different; she successfully entranced the audience once again using her never-ending charm and talents. This is the secret in her success. She sang classic melodies that would give anyone goose bumps, nostalgic trips, and rhythm that puts ants in the pants, all with great humility. In addition to making her fans sing, for her final performance she preformed the famous song « Une chance qu'on s'a » with the master of ceremony, Richard Huet.