December 8, 2022

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“Marjo – Amateur”: Rock and soft specialty

"Marjo - Amateur": Rock and soft specialty

Lover Marjo breaks into the house during the recording of her musical special “Marjo – Amorius” at Saint-Adrian Church, which airs on Télé-Québec on March 8 for International Women’s Day.

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As she passed through Estrie, the bureau called BEAM revisited some of her greatest hits on the audiovisual at du multimedia, the iconic rocker with a sensitive heart, female artists and her great love and collaborator. (Raven), Jean Miller.

As an alternative between 1980s rock and folk acoustics, Marjo’s songs have taken on a different dimension in this sanctuary, which has been restored as a recording studio, and can also be converted into a multimedia studio and film set. The depth of his pen has also been highlighted in several issues.

Among the guests were Stephanie Bowley, Lou Adien Cassidy and Salom Leclerc “as long as the children” combined their voices and their guitars, while actresses Mary Eve Mornsey (“Joanne the Shrink of the Stars”) and Fabiola Nairva Aladdin (“Sans Rendez”) ) Together performed karaoke classics “Provocante” and “Illegal”.

Pilau, founder and creative director of BEAM, the voice we can hear in the first seasons of “La Vry Nature”, and Marjo provided the piano-voice version of his song “Je sais je Know”, a letter to love singer Jean Miller, with her Remained for 21 years.

The singer-songwriter, who has been in the profession for over 40 years, also performed “Wildcats” with country voices in duets with Gailine Tangwe. A song she wrote while observing nature on a vacation in Radon, Lanadier.

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Throughout the musical special, much has been given to the impact Marjo has had on the lives of various performers.

Under the musical direction of Pascal Maillocks, “Marjo – Amorius” will be performed as part of the main cultural events, which will focus on women in early March. The show airs Tuesday, March 8, at 8pm on Télé-Québec.

The product was produced by Productions Deferlantes by Jill Nicquet-Joel and Mary-Josie Prolks.