Take part in an intimate show that ranges from rock to blues, folk to pop, and carries the francophone pride of Western Canada at its heart. Originally from Regina, Saskatchewan, Étienne Fletcher is a proud representative of Canadian bilingualism. Born to an English-speaking father and a French-speaking mother, he puts his roots first. Join us to discover this artist on Tuesday 19 September at 8pm.
Étienne Fletcher’s take on music is definitely touching. With gentle scratches in his voice, the singer-songwriter finds the right words to translate life, death and everything that breathes in between into song.
Having defended Entre-deux and his Face A and Side A EPs – both nominated for Trille Or, Canadian Music Awards, and Sask Arts Awards – across Canada and in Europe, he has also performed at an impressive number of festivals, including Les Francos de Montréal, Le Festif!, Festival en Chansons de Petite-Vallée, Contact Ontarois, Francofaune (Belgium), the Vancouver Summer Festival, Francofête en Acadie, and Coup de cœur francophone.
Able to create a palpable connection with the audience thanks to his authentic message, the artist stands out for his contagious energy and refreshing spirit.
The concert is part of the Festival international de la chanson de Granby‘s European tour.