Fri, Sept 03|
Ronald Lebeau and Kwaliti (Haiti) - $ 10
• Kompa / Rara • As it has been said, “Music is the language of the soul”. Ronald Lebeau took this concept to heart throughout his professional career in the music and cinema industry. He embraces music very strongly, which serves as therapy for him on all occasions.
Sept 03, 2021, 9:00 p.m.
Club Balattou, 4372 Boul. Saint-Laurent, Montreal, QC H2W 1Z5, Canada
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As it has been said, “Music is the language of the soul”. Ronald Lebeau took this concept to heart throughout his professional career in the music and cinema industry. He kisses very strongly the music which serves as therapy to him on all occasions.
Born in Haiti, Ronald Lebeau was introduced to music at the age of 16 by listening to the tenors of American and Haitian music such as Michael Bolton, Joel Theodore, Georges Michael and Caribbean Sextet. It was in 1996 that he professionalized by integrating the group “Sunshine”, with a gospel tendency, with which he made successful tours in the French Antilles.
Immigrated to the United States of America, he experienced a number of Konpa groups such as “Degre”, “B-Nice”, “B-Zig”, and “MVP”. This year, he returned to the podium by throwing at the end of August a single video clip “Careless Whisper”, an interpretation of a song by Georges Michael which will appear on his album “Renaissance”.
His latest album “KWALITI” is a subtle blend of Haitian afro and pop rhythms, in the tradition of Afro-Carribean.