I’m going on the road again, and this time it’s alone. I really wanted to go back to what I know best : singing my songs with nothing more than my piano.
It’ll be a challenge. After years of performing with my band (they are wonderful, don’t get me wrong, I love them more than anything…) I wanted to test myself and show that I can still hold myself together when I perform alone, just like when I first started off.
European dates will be announced soon. But for now, Quebec and New York folks, this is what I have to offer you.
Montreal and Toronto dates to follow… <3
04/05/13 | Cabaret Théâtre Vieux St-Jean | St-Jean-sur-Richelieu
09/05/13 | Théâtre Hector-Charland | L’Assomption
10/05/13 | Café-Théâtre les Beaux Instants | Sorel
17/05/13 | Église Sainte-Rose | Laval
23/05/13 | Musée des Civilisations | Gatineau
25/05/13 | Théâtre Petit Champlain | Québec
26/05/13 | Salle Desjardins | Terrebonne
31/05/13 | Théâtre Granada | Sherbrooke
01/06/13 | Salle Philippe Filion | Shawinigan
07/06/13 | Stage 48 | New York City
08/06/13 | Stage 48 | New York City
I hope this cat didnt kill any of those birds .
wow you actually found a practical use for that reaction image
BEST VIDEO EVER!!!!
85 year old best friends :)
#Instabreakin with @kchensays
From the light industrial cityscape of downtown Los Angeles, to the scenic vistas of Chino Hills, Kevin Chen (@kchensays on Instagram) has probably breakdanced it.
Chen, who’s been breakdancing since 8th grade, uses his photos as an excuse to get out and see the city: “I always love venturing to new spots to take photographs because in a sense, exploring and finding new areas serves as an escape from my everyday life.”
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