Big dose of love for the singer of the Cowboys Fringants at Festiven

Given the current situation, it was obvious that this evening was going to be something special. While battling cancer, Cowboys Fringants lead singer Karl Tremblay received a huge dose of love during the transition from training to festival events.

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The rush was huge. The largest of these 39e Edition that ended last night. The weather was nice, there was a good mood and the rain, which everyone was afraid of, obviously had something else to do.

In full control, hat on head, goatee, sunglasses, black shirt and purple striped tie, it was a visibly fit Karl Tremblay who led the way and even drew the crowds on the Ferris wheel to a round of applause.


Karl Tremblay, Dashing Cowboys

Photo agency QMI, Marcel Tremblay

“Hello Levis. You’re lucky in Quebec tonight. Here is the funniest show starring Sara Dufour, Salebarbes and Les Cowboys Fringants. You’re going to have a damn good night,” he promised before starting the whole thing with All the same houses.

The singer has never referred to his illness. We were at the party and it was perfect like that.


Karl Tremblay, Dashing Cowboys

Photo agency QMI, Marcel Tremblay

To Ti-ass the queenincluding some measures by Thunderstruckfrom AC/DC, the crowd chanted October with power. At that moment, through the huge screens, we could see a big smile on Karl Tremblay’s face.

Well done Levi’s. It was beautiful,” he said. And indeed it was, before the attack straight and The demonstration.


Karl Tremblay, Dashing Cowboys

Photo agency QMI, Marcel Tremblay

And the audience did it again during the very beautiful on my shoulder. A glorious moment when the hair on your arms rises.

A hilarious moment ensued as the singer left the stage for a “pee” break, prompting Jérôme Dupras, Marie-Annick Lépine, Jean-François Pauzé and guest musicians to improvise a bit.


Karl Tremblay, Dashing Cowboys

Photo agency QMI, Marcel Tremblay

“Send darling, come back!” Marie-Annick Lépine started before her return for an excellent version of America is crying.


Karl Tremblay, Dashing Cowboys

Photo agency QMI, Marcel Tremblay

Sara Dufour, who had started the evening, came to join Les Cowboys merchant marineafter a few notes from Sunday bloody Sunday by U2.

A good version of Pub Royalthat the band rarely plays, and shooting starswith the lights of thousands of mobile phones, ended this beautiful Sunday full of magic.


Karl Tremblay, Dashing Cowboys

Photo agency QMI, Marcel Tremblay

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For this last evening of the festival we had put together a particularly festive program with the presence of Sara Dufour and Salebarbes.

A month and a few weeks after their National Day passage on the Plains, the likeable Acadian group have once again proven that they have firmly established themselves in the music landscape.


Jean-François Breau and the other members of Salebarbes have captured the public eye.

Photo agency QMI, Marcel Tremblay

Jean-François Breau and the other members of Salebarbes have captured the public eye.

People know the parts and react. This was the case when Saltwater gin, beanswhere the violin lines of Éloi Painchaud and Georges Belliveau cross, and good sir.

The group stands solidly on the boards and demonstrates it with excitement Bosco Stomp, where multi-instrumentalist Jonathan Painchaud had a great time on electric guitar. Salebarbes is delivered very dynamically, with joy and sovereignty. It works out.

Sarah Dufour

Full of energy as always, Sara Dufour offered a fiery performance. It was the second visit for the Dolbeau-Mistassini singer-songwriter after a first visit in 2019.


Sara Dufour on stage in Lévis last night.

Photo agency QMI, Marcel Tremblay

Sara Dufour on stage in Lévis last night.

After that we were entitled baseballto a repeat of the show’s theme song Watatowin which she played the character of Laurence Bouchard, and an electrifying piano solo by Dave Chenel during half street.

While Chic chocswe heard some measures kill in the name by Rage Against the Machine, where Paul Théorêt released Tom Morello-esque guitar tones.

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