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Émile Bilodeau

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Émile Bilodeau began playing music as a teenager and released his first album, Rites de passage, in 2016. More than 40,000 copies were sold and tens of millions of streams, earning Émile the Félix for Revelation of the Year at the ADISQ awards in 2017.

In the fall of 2019, he puts out Grandeur mature, a second album demonstrating an evolution, helping him win a Félix for Male Performer of the Year at the 2020 ADISQ awards. His third album, petite nature, released in the fall of 2021 under Bravo musique, vibrates with the distinct imprint that Quebec now knows.

Without delay, Émile returns in November 2022 with Tout seul comme un grand, a fourth album with an appropriate title, on which he operated almost entirely independently.

Émile Bilodeau began playing music as a teenager and released his first album, Rites de passage, in 2016. More than 40,000 copies were sold, with tens of millions of streams. The album's first single, “J’en ai plein mon cass,” reached No. 1 in the BDS pop rock charts and led to a three-year tour that was certified silver (25,000 tickets sold in over 350 concerts in Quebec and 50 in France and Belgium). His efforts awarded him a Félix for Revelation of the Year at the ADISQ awards in 2017.

Immediately after this run, he put out Grandeur mature in the fall of 2019. As its title suggests, this second album demonstrated an evolution, a refinement of his sense of restlessness and of his work on the language that he holds dear. Grandeur mature received extensive radio play with tracks “Candy,” “Robin des bois” and “Échec et mat,” helped him win a Félix for Male Performer of the Year at the 2020 ADISQ awards. His third album, petite nature, released in the fall of 2021 under Bravo musique, vibrates with the distinct imprint that Quebec now knows. He quickly returns with "Tshe Minupunanu", a single co-written with Scott-Pien Picard and the group Maten, marking the beginning of a precious collaboration with members of the Innu community, a collaboration that will once again bring him to the big stage of the Francos de Montréal, accompanied by his guests. With over a hundred shows in Quebec and France for the petite nature tour, Émile Bilodeau has been nominated for Folk Album of the Year at the 2022 ADISQ gala.

Without delay, Émile returns in November 2022 with Tout seul comme un grand, a fourth album with an appropriate title, on which he operated almost entirely independently.

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