Francois Lemieux

A l’age de six ans: Festival Kiwanis .À 13 ans, il compose sa première chanson. À 14 ans, premier spectacle et depuis ce temps, il apparait sur scène à travers le Canada… entre autre à la Super Franco Fête de Québec avec représentation canadienne telle que Cano, Robert Paquette, Vignault, Leclerc et Charlebois. Il a joué à la télé de Radio-Canada et a composé les chansons thème de deux émissions de TFO: Village et Visage et Chez Nous. 

Il est l’auteur de “Stinkin Thinkin” piece de théatre musicale comptant 75 comédiens et musiciens, dont plusieurs relèvent des défits de nature variée. Son nouveau Roman “Wreckovery Road”  est à sa deuxième publication et son disk compact “Wreckovery Road” donne naissance à  12 chansons. 

Avant Noël 2018, il a joué en Afrique à l’orphelina de Dassa.  


Age 6, first gig, first place, Kiwanis Festival. Age 13, wrote first songs. Age 14, first concert.

Played for French and English audiences in concerts and festivals from coast to coast.

Represented Ontario at a World Music Festival called “La Super Franco Fête” in Québec city. Performed on C.B.C. radio and television. Wrote and recorded theme songs for T.V. Ontario documentary series “Chez Nous” and Village et Visage”. Performed in numerous episodes. I jam on a weekly basis with friends who overcome multiple challenges. They inspired me through the pores of the soul to write and produce “Stinkin Thinkin”, a musical comedy on twisted thought. In a cast of 75 members from all walks of life, my friends stole the show and brought down the house. A filmed video of the performance is available. Recently, after 9 months in studio, faithful musicians and I have given birth to “Wreckovery Road”, a 12 pound… sorry… a 12 song C.D. on a roller coaster ride. Recently performed at an orphanage in Africa.

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