Anne-Marie Gros-Louis Houle (Eadse)

Anne-Marie Gros-Louis Houle (Eadse)

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Eadsé is the Aboriginal first name of Huron-Wendat singer, Anne-Marie Gros-Louis. It means "my good friend." She started practicing classical piano, and started her music studies at the Cegep level where she changed her interest to jazz singing and pop. She is continuing her studies in singing and jazz performing at the Université Laval. Taking all opportunities to perform on stage, she creates the band The Feathers, a band of “covers“ that plays in the bars/restorants of and around Quebec City, They appear in several first parts of shows such as Elisapie Isaac's and Pascale Picard's. Her most-recent project is the televised show Le Ryhtme, aired in 2014 on APTN. Eight young Aboriginal chose to be part of this adventure, that included an intensive training of eight weeks in order to create an album. With her solo project, Eadsé, the song performer, offers us a unique show comprised mainly of her original compositions.


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