French-Canadian singer/songwriter Lynda Lemay has been a star in her native Quebec since the early '90s, and also has a large following in Europe, where her playful, poignant writing style is appreciated for its compassionate, literate, and often humorous approach to both the large and small requirements of contemporary life. With a novelist's eye for detail and an endearing ability to make light of her own phobias, Lemay writes melodic songs (almost always sung in French) that are fast becoming national treasures in Canada, and her popularity in France stems from her clear understanding of the French chanson tradition. Lemay was born on July 25, 1966, and grew up in Portneuf near the St. Lawrence River outside Quebec City. She showed an early affinity for writing and poetry, and penned her first song by the age of nine. She learned to ...
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Les Lettres Rouges 2002 Les Lettres Rouges
 
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Du Coq  Lme 2000 Du Coq Lme
 
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