Émile Bilodeau Tickets
The acoustic-pop-comedy hybrid that is Emile Bilodeau
Emile Bilodeau is an interesting kettle of fish. This French-Canadian singer-songwriter could be described as a comedy pop singer. He's forged a pretty decent fan following all around Quebec with his jangly acoustic numbers with humorous lyrics and vaguely clownish videos. He's really good fun and getting more popular by the minute, so jump on the bandwagon early and buy or sell Emile Bilodeau tickets on StubHub.
A fast rise on the Quebec music festival circuit
Emile Bilodeau got his big break in 2013 at the Just For Laughs Festival, when he participated in the show "We're the Teen World" and contributed one of his own original songs to the production. This was a pretty big deal, given that this is the largest comedy festival in the world – an annual showcase of the world's finest comedians since 1985. He's been writing and playing music since his mid-teens, taking up the drums at age 15 and composing and recording his first CD album only a year later. From there, it was all about getting on to as many festival stages as possible, and the more he played, the more enthusiastic the crowd response became. If truth be told, he was an instant festival success, winning two awards at the first one he entered: the Festival de la chanson in St-Ambroise. If you've not come across his music yet but you enjoy a bit of a laugh along with your music, we have Emile Bilodeau tickets right here for you.
Recording songs for tributes to Canadian singers
You won't find a more spontaneous young performer than Emile Bilodeau. Armed with only an acoustic guitar and a large bag of songs, his shows are utterly infectious in the most down-to-earth way. His comedy and high jinks extend beyond the live stage and the traditional pop music world, however: he's recorded an interpretation of a Richard Desjardins play for a tribute album, for instance. In similar fashion he covered "The 100,000 Ways to Kill a Man" for another tribute album, this one dedicated to the legacy of Felix Leclerc. He also began to collaborate with other young pop artists, and a duet with fellow Canadian Caroline Savoie emerged. To get a grasp of his musical style before you get Emile Bilodeau tickets on StubHub, imagine a hybrid of the acoustic guitar rhythms of, say, Eagle Eye Cherry and the comedic approach of the sillier side of Peter Sellers and you'll have something of an idea of what awaits.
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