Rheal Poirier | J'espère ton retour

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J'espère ton retour

by Rheal Poirier

French folk country and folk pop
Genre: World: Acadian
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1. J'espère ton retour
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2. Court mon p'tit Pierre
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3. Le temps c'est écoulé
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4. Oh chérie
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5. Jamais je n' t'oublirai
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6. Réveille
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7. L'Acadie vague
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8. Hard Times
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9. Ma p'tite Julie
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10. Tout comme avant
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11. Oui je t'aime
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12. Le regard d'un vieillard
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13. Après vingt ans
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14. La p'tite école de St-Thomas
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Acadien d’origine vancouverois d’adoption, Rheal a grandi au cour d’une famille de musicien.
Dès son jeune âge il chante dans les chorales d’écoles et d’églises.
Il participe à des soirées Boite à chansons, chante à des mariage et devient le chanteur soliste du groupe “Figure de Style”
Alors qu’il déménage à Montréal. Il prend des cours privés de chants et de piano et il découvre un intérêt pou l’écriture.
A Vanvouver il étudie en composition et arrangements musicaux avec David Malécot (MME), en écriture de chanson, avec Isabelle Longnus, et donne des cours de chants chez lui dans son studio

2007
Lancement de son 2ième CD “J’espère ton retour” le premier extrait “Jamais je n‘t‘oublirai” se positionne au sommet du palmarèse provincial Acadien.

2006
“La p’tite école de St-Thomas” une chanson qu’il co-écrit avec Gérald Arsène LeBlanc et qu’il lance pour l’occasion de le 100ième anniversaire de la p’tite école de St-Thomas au Centre Culturel de St-Thomas, N.-B et au Gros tyme de Bouctouche , Forum de Bouctouche, N.-B.
Cette chanson se retrouve au #3 sur le palmarès Acadienne

2005
-Dédie l’année au complet pour travailler son écriture et travaille avec d’autres auteurs-compositeurs francophones et Anglophones.

2004
Sa chanson “Après vingt ans” grimpe en 4ième position sur le palmarès de L’ARCAN
-tournée en Acadie

2002 -2003
-Tournée dans les écoles Francophone de la Saskachewan
-Coup de Coeur Vancouver, C.-B.
-Spectacle Souper de Noël Centre Culturel Francophone de Vancouver
-Tournée dans la région de Vancouver et en Acadie

2001
Sur scène
-Festival du Bois, Maillardville, C.-B.
-Lancement de son premier disque compact hyponyme Rhéal Poirier dans le cadre de la Rencontre des professionelles à Edmonton, Alberta
-Lancement-spectacle en ouverture du Festival d’été de Vancouver
-Franco-Fête Moncton, N.-B.
La chanson “De l’Acadieà Vancouver” #1 sur le palmarès acadienne


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Born in Notre-Dame, a small Acadian French community in New Brunswick, Rhéal is from a large family where everybody sang and played an instrument. As a youngster, Rhéal discovered a passion for singing and sang every chance he got - church choir, school choir, and at many community events. At age 20, Rhéal moved to Montreal to study voice and piano.


2007: First single, Jamais je n't'oublirai , from his new French album, , is now charting in Acadia.
Release of the new French album, J'espère ton retour , May 13, 2007.

2006: Rheal's charting again with his song La p'tite école de St-Thomas, as of July 16 it's #3 heading for#1.
Rheal spends the Summer touring the Maritimes.
Rheal and his co-writer Judith Casselman get their first publishing deal with Saddlestone
Publishers, and their first FACTOR grant.

2004/5: Rheal releases his first English single Twenty Years. The French version went to
#4 on the Acadian charts.
A series of self-produced shows followed in Vancouver and back East in Acadia.
Rheal co-writes with other artists, both in French and English, across the country.

2002: Rheal tours in Saskatchewan in French communities and schools.
Festival Coup de Coeur, Vancouver
Christmas show, French Cultural Centre, Vancouver

2001: Performances: Festival du Bois, Coquitlam, B.C.
Acadian Festival in Port Moody, B.C.
Festival Coup de Coeur, Montreal and Quebec City
Festival Franco Coeur, Moncton
Opens the Vancouver French Summer Festival with the launch of his first self-titled CD
His first single release, De L’Acadie a Vancouver, goes to #1 in New Brunswick.
Rheal begins co-writing in English.

2000: Rhéal plays the part of Neo in the 2000 French rock opera Le Soliel Brille à
Coquitlam in Vancouver and Kelowna, B.C., performs with a group in Paris and Marseilles, France, and
begins work on his first CD.

1999: Rhéal tours and gives workshops in French schools and French Immersion schools throughout B.C.

1998: Rhéal wins the B.C. French Provincial Gala, sponsored by the Festival de la Chanson Granby. Rhéal records his first single, Je t’en Supplie, that hits # 1 on CJSE, New
Brunswick’s Acadian community radio station. He tours that year in the area.

1996: Joins a trio called Les Rossignols, specializing in French traditional music.

1995: Rhéal assembles a studio where he writes and teaches singing.

1994: Settled in Vancouver, where he starts writing his own songs and studies songwriting, composition and arranging at M.M.E., a professional development school for songwriters.


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Joan Tufts

J\'espère ton retour
I would rate this album more than 5 stars.The lyrics and the music is resemblance of a true Acadian and makes any Acadian /Canandian proud to have such a talented artist in our country.