Dionysos (Canadian band)

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Origin Salaberry-de-Valleyfield, Quebec, Canada
Genres Progressive
Years active 1969 (1969)–1974 (1974)
Labels Jupiter
Disques Vogue
Past members Phil Bech
Éric Clément
Fern Durand
Jean-Pierre Legault
Robert Lepage
André Mathieu
Paul-André Thibert
Clement Tremblay

Dionysos was a French Canadian progressive rock band formed in 1969 in Salaberry-de-Valleyfield, Quebec, Canada. The band members were Phil Bech, Éric Clement, Fern Durand, Robert Lepage and Paul-André Thibert.[1][2] They had a hit with their 1970 single "Suzie".[3] Their first album was named Le Grand Jeu and released in 1971 through Jupiter Records. The band released a single "J'ai Jamais" in France on the Disques Vogue record label. They later released Le Prince Croule (1972) and Changé d'adresse (1976). The last album Pionniers 1969-1994 (1994) for their 25th anniversary. The band broke up in 1974.[3]



  • 1970: Suzie
  • 1972: J'ai Jamais



  • 1971: Le Grand jeu
  • 1972: Le Prince Croule
  • 1976: Dionysos (Changé d'addresse)
  • 1977: Musique de mes amis Dionysos


  • 1974: Collection Dionysos
  • 1994: Pionniers 1969-1994

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  1. ^ Bush, John. "Dionysos Biography". allmusic.com. Allmusic. Retrieved 29 November 2011. 
  2. ^ Billboard. Billboard Publications. January 1974. p. clvi. 
  3. ^ a b "Dionysos (Biography)". progquebec.com. ProgresSon Music. Retrieved 29 November 2011. 

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