Pascal Lejeune
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Pascal Lejeune

Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada | INDIE

Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada | INDIE
Band Folk Singer/Songwriter


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Le commun des bordels (2007)

Adelaide (2009)

Many songs are on the charts... atlantic and canadian.



This Canadian artist’s musical career started out six years ago when he first started to play his songs in front of audiences. People quickly noticed his talent, and he fared well in a number of song writing contests, collecting numerous awards and prizes along the way. These honours gave him the opportunity to tour Canada and to do shows in France and Belgium, but after all these successes, he set his sights elsewhere.

Instead of singing songs, he decided to open a café in a small New Brunswick village, where he hosted shows for a couple years.

His love of music was always there, and in 2006, he came back to his first love. He found a manager, and started a brand new career.

Since his artistic rebirth early 2007, he toured in Canada, France, Belgium and Slovenia. His busy touring schedule gave him the reputation in Eastern Canada of being one of the most promising and solid French language songwriters.

He released his first album in 2007, titled Le commun des bordels, a recording that caught the attention of many critics and major players in the music business, such as Putumayo, a New York record label that featured one of his songs on a compilation and Canon, who recently used one of his songs in a televised advertisement.

His second album, Adelaïde, was launched in August 2009 in New Brunswick and in September in Montreal.

His music supports his strength: his lyrical content. He talks about love, deception, attraction, and many other topics, and he’ll inevitably bring his audience into his own little universe.