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Lulu Hughes

1967 -

Origin: Quebec, Canada

Main instrument: Vocal

Genre: Blues

One of Quebec's most powerful voices, blue-eyed soul singer Lulu Hughes started her career in the 1980s with Montréal's Soul What. She later fully immersed herself in a singing career as back up singer or soloist for a wide array of artists or projects, including Barry White, Too Many Cooks and the Montréal Jubilation Gospel Choir. In 2002, she released her first self-titled debut album, followed by Crazy Mama in 2006. With her strong vocals and soulful tones, Lulu Hughes has been a favourite among Quebec and international artists for collaborations, including French DJ Antoine Clamaran, with whom she released a series of club house hits, including Release Yourself (2002) and Give Some Love (2007). Lulu Hughes and the Montreal All City Big Band came along in 2010.

Lulu Sings Janis Thursday, July 7, 2016 at 7 p.m.
Bell Stage

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