Bruno Pelletier rarely looks back. The three-time winner of the ADISQ Actor of the Year title and considered one of the biggest voices in the French-speaking world is the type to multiply projects in the hope that one of them will come to fruition. .
Needless to say, he didn’t wait for the phone to arrive and never made a long-term plan. An entrepreneur at heart, he showed persistence and determination that earned him respect.
After learning in bars and suffering many rejections – from record companies and singing competitions – he was discovered by the public at the age of 30. After six years, he thought of throwing it to pieces, but the song To be pitied After Notre Dame de Paris Changed everything.
“I was not given this profession, the construction of which is difficult. I did not stop being active in presenting my projects, that’s why I found my niche,” said Bruno Pelletier in an interview with the QMI agency. “It’s a lot of manual labor, work, hours. I am at the point where I am proud to have made it this far.
We witness the exceptional journey of the singer of the song Cathedrals time In the documentary Bruno Pelletier – The Time Has Come …Airs this Thursday at 9pm on TVA.
60 Minutes enables you to complete the cycle of a project in three stages created by Autobiography Bruno Pelletier – The Time Has Come …An album of original songs by Samuel LaRochelle …because the time has come, whose themes are inspired by the book. This triptych highlights his 40 years of life and his 60 springs, but we would have taken more, because the hours decorated with music pass so quickly.
Bruno Pelletier in his early days, he was very Bon Jovi look, Dagobert version, his groups Amanite, sneak preview and Pëll. We hear him sing with Celine Dion at the Molson Center on December 31, 1999, and feature testimonies from Luc Plamonton, Richard Seguin and his sister Dominique.
In fact, it was Plamondon, one of our greatest songwriters, who opened doors for him in the entertainment industry by hiring him. The Legend of JimmyIn 1992. “This is mine A game changer!” said Bruno Pelletier.
Later, Plamondon called him back Starmania (1993 to 1995) and Notre Dame de Paris, a program initiated by Bruno Pelletier in the City of Lights in 1998. This mega-production allowed it to shine throughout the French-speaking world, Asia and even Russia. Not bad for a boy who only dreamed of performing on the stage of his school in Charlesburg.
Bruno Pelletier continues to fuel his projects and says he takes care of his voice more than ever, like an athlete. It is as beautiful as it is powerful. “It’s natural to want to take care of the instrument a lot. I discipline myself when I do so many shows in a week. If I have a good life, I want to be able to sing for another 10-15 years.
Over time, Bruno Pelletier focuses on his subjects. “You never know, but the more it goes on, the more I want to be on my solo projects.”
25th Anniversary Celebration To be pitied
Bruno Pelletier, who now has his own studio, is actively producing the tour Miserer’s 25th AnniversaryBegins February 9, 2024 in Drummondville.
The show will cover several songs from the album and will draw from the artist’s repertoire, all of which will be carried by around ten people on stage. All these beautiful people will stroll through the Théâtre Capitole de Québec (February 16-17, 2024) and the Théâtre Maisonneuve at the Place des Arts (March 2, 2024). Tickets are on sale reality.
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