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Guy Bélanger

Origin: Quebec, Canada

Main instrument: Harmonica

Genre: Blues

Guy Bélanger has been immersed in the blues since 1974. He's worked with the Delta Blues Band, Wang Dang Doodle and veteran Bob Walsh. The harmonica whiz has also collaborated with an impressive number of artists over the years, including Les Colocs, Jean-Pierre Ferland, Eric Lapointe, France D'Amour, Renée Martel, Steve Hill, and Nanette Workman. In 2003, together with guitarist Claude Fradette he composed the score for Gaz Bar Blues, a film made by his brother Louis. The score captured the prix Jutra for best soundtrack of 2004. Bélanger's first album of compositions was released in 2008, followed by Crossroads in 2010 and Dusty Trails in 2012.

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L'Astral (Maison du Festival Rio Tinto Alcan)
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