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Betty Bonifassi on tour

March 1, 2017
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Betty Bonifassi is always incredible on a stage wherever she is, France or Quebec.
Don’t miss her while she’ll be in town:

2017/03/18
Les Docks @ Marseille

2017/03/21
La Bellevilloise @ Paris

2017/03/23
La Fourmi @ Limoges

2017/03/27
Ampli @ Billière

2017/03/28
Café Music @ Mont de Marsan

2017/03/29
Le Florida @ Agen

2017/04/07
Grand Théâtre @ Québec

2017/04/08
Salle PIerrette-Gaudreault @ Jonquière

2017/04/15
Cabaret BMO @ Sainte-Thérèse

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ADISQ Awards 2016: The nominees!

September 16, 2016
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Bloc Notes’s team couldn’t be more proud to see his songwriters having results for their great work. Here are the nominees for the ADISQ Awards:

Talk to me :: Kevin Bazinet

Album of the Year – Show of the Year

| Songwriters that collaborated to the album : Tino Izzo, Rosanna Ciciola, Max Izzo

Betty Bonifassi

Album of the Year Reinterpretation

| Lomax Betty Bonifassi

Patrick Bruel

Francophone Artist of the Year who has the Most Success in Québec

| Patrick Bruel

Nous on est dans le vent : Les Beaux Malaises

Comedy Show of the Year

| Songwriters : Graciano, Sahuc

Forever Gentlemen

Album of the Year Reinterpretation

|My Way (Thibaut/François/Revaux/Anka)

Bloc Notes wants to congrats Marie-Mai for her nomination in Female Singer of the Year and all the artists and songwriters of the industry for their nomination!

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Betty Bonifassi’s new album, LOMAX

March 4, 2016
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Today, Betty Bonifassi released the second part of her slave hymns project, LOMAX. Let yourself be transported by this roots-blues album, throughout which Betty explores the work of renowned ethnomusicologist, Alan Lomax. Preview the album and purchase here.

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ADISQ Awards 2015: Bloc Notes Music is proud of their nominated songwriters!

September 24, 2015
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Bloc Notes Music is very proud of their nominated songwriters and works at the ADISQ Awards:

Bobby Bazini

Album of the Year – Anglophone

Where I belong– Bobby Bazini

Betty Bonifassi

Show of the Year – Anglophone

Chants d’esclaves, chants d’espoir – Betty Bonifassi

Album of the Year – Reinterpretation

Betty Bonifassi – Betty Bonifassi

Patrick Bruel

Most noted International artist from “la Francophonie” in Quebec

Jérôme Couture

Album of the Year – Pop

Jérôme Couture– Jérôme Couture

Best New Artist

Marc Hervieux

Album of the Year – Adult Contemporary

Hervieux – Marc Hervieux

Marie-Mai and Fred St Gelais

Album of the Year – Pop

– Marie-Mai

Album of the Year – Bestseller

– Marie-Mai

Sally Folk

Album of the Year – Pop

Deuxième Acte– Sally Folk

Bloc Notes also wants to congratulate Marie- Mai for her nomination in Female Singer of the Year, as well as all of the nominated artists.

Congratulations and good luck!

For the complete list of nominations, visit:

www.adisq.com

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Concert/launch for the release of the first Betty Bonifassi solo album

September 12, 2014
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Betty Bonifassi’s album, directed by Jean-François Lemieux and Alex McMahon, is a tribute to black songs from 1920’s in an electrofunk remaining of this universe. Songs from prison, forced labour camps, railroads or calls, all of these chants were originally created to help maintain an often inhuman workload.

The concert/launch for Betty Bonifassi’s album will take place at Cabaret du Mile-End on September 22nd 2014 à, 20h. Betty Bonifassi will be accompanied by her two precious collaborators: Jean-François Lemieux (also co-songwriter and director on the album) and Benjamin Vigneault.

Betty Bonifassi’s album will be avalaible on September 23rd 2014 and is in pre-sale on iTunes now.

To watch Betty Bonifassi’ interview and performance of the song Whoa Buck at Pénélope McQuade’ show: ici.radio-canada.ca

For further info about Bettty Bonifassi : www.bettybonifassi.com

Facebook : www.facebook.com/BettyBonifassiOfficial

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Betty Bonifassi signs an english song for Brigitte Boisjoli’s new album!

May 1, 2014
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Betty Bonifassi has contributed to the 2nd eagerly awaited album of Brigitte Boisjoli, Sans Regret, with the only song in english named Brave. Written in collaboration of Jonathan Dauphinais on music, which is also co director on the album, Brave is a strong and positive song with soul influences, just as the energetic singer known on Star Académie 2009.

Brigitte Boisjoli’s album Sans Regret is now available everywhere!

For further info about Betty Bonifassi and her projects, visit:

Betty Bonifassi

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Betty Bonifassi au Festival de Jazz de Montréal

April 24, 2014
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Betty Bonifassi will present her show Chants d’esclaves, chants d’espoir at Montreal’s Jazz Festival on July 6th 2014 at Club Soda, 11h p.m. Tickets will be on sale on April 26th 12h p.m. Don’t miss it!

Betty Bonifassi’s Chants d’esclaves, chants d’espoir is a tribute to black songs from 1920’s in an electrofunk remaining of this universe. Songs from prison, forced labour camps, railroads or calls, all of these chants were originally created to help maintain an often inhuman workload.

Betty Bonifassi will be accompanied by her two precious collaborators: Jean-François Lemieux and Benjamin Vigneault.

For further info or to get tickets:
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Betty Bonifassi presents her new songs at Centre Phi on October 24th 2013

October 19, 2013
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Betty Bonifassi will present her new songs in the first show of her brand new project named Chants d’esclaves, Chants d’espoir, on Thursday October 24th at Centre Phi, 20h. Betty Bonifassi will be accompanied by her two precious collaborators: Jean-François Lemieux and Benjamin Vigneault.

Betty Bonifassi’s Chants d’esclaves, chants d’espoir is a tribute to black songs from 1920’s in an electrofunk remaining of this universe. Songs from prison, forced labour camps, railroads or calls, all of these chants were originally created to help maintain an often inhuman workload.

To know more about Betty Bonifassi’s project and to reserve your place, consults:

www.phi-centre.com