Main content
Sorry, this episode is not currently available

A Night Out in Joliette

Mary Ann Kennedy introduces a session recorded at the Albion bar with the Quebec folk band De Temps Antan.

A night out in Joliette: Mary Ann Kennedy introduces a session recorded at the Albion bar in a village right at the heart of the Quebec folk music scene. The young traditional band De Temps Antan play a set, then members of the audience get out their own instruments to join the band in an improvised free-for-all.

First broadcast in February 2012.

45 minutes

Music Played

  • De Temps Antan, l'Albion, Joliette, Quebec

    • De Temps Antan

      Roma au lac Bell

      Performers: Éric Beaudry (guitar, mandolin, vocals) André Brunet (fiddle) Pierre-Luc Dupuis (accordion)

    • De Temps Antan

      La maison renfoncée

      Performers: Éric Beaudry (guitar, mandolin, vocals) André Brunet (fiddle) Pierre-Luc Dupuis (accordion)

    • De Temps Antan

      Dominic à Marcel

      Performers: Éric Beaudry (guitar, mandolin, vocals) André Brunet (fiddle) Pierre-Luc Dupuis (accordion)

    • De Temps Antan

      Pétipétan

      Performers: Éric Beaudry (guitar, bouzouki, mandolin, vocals) André Brunet (fiddle, vocals) Pierre-Luc Dupuis (accordion, harmonica, vocals)

    • De Temps Antan

      Jam trad à l'Albion

      Performers: Éric Beaudry (guitar, bouzouki, mandolin, vocals) André Brunet (fiddle, vocals) Pierre-Luc Dupuis (accordion, harmonica, vocals) and local fiddle players Stephanie Lepine and Jean Francois Branchaud, American cellist Natalie Haas and Yann Falquet, fiddle and Jews’ harp player from the band Genticorum.

Broadcasts