Hart-Rouge

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Hart-Rouge
Origin Canada
Genres Folk
Years active 1988 (1988)
Associated acts Folle Avoine
Members Paul Campagne, Michelle Campagne, and Suzanne Campagne
Past members Annette Campagne

Hart-Rouge are a Canadian folk music group,[1] consisting of siblings Paul Campagne, Michelle Campagne, and Suzanne Campagne.

The three previously recorded and performed with several other family members as Folle Avoine, and formed Hart-Rouge with another sibling, Annette Campagne, when that band ended. Annette left the band in the mid-1990s.

The band perform traditional folk songs and original material in both English and French. They have also recorded some material in Canadian First Nations languages.

Their sister Carmen Campagne also continued a career in music, but performs independently as a children's entertainer. Their father, Émile Campagne, has also released 2 albums of traditional folk songs.

Originally from Willow Bunch, Saskatchewan, the Campagne family are among the most notable Fransaskois personalities in Canada. Hart-Rouge was the original name of their hometown.

The band is currently based in Montreal.

Discography[edit]

Albums
  • Hart-Rouge (1988)
  • Inconditionnel (1990)
  • Le dernier mois de l'année (1992)
  • Blue Blue Windows (1993)
  • La fabrique (1994)
  • Bonsoir Québec (1995)
  • Beaupré's Home (1997)
  • Nouvelle-France (1998)
  • Une histoire de famille (1998)
  • J'ai fait un rêve (2001)
Contributing artist

References[edit]

  1. ^ Shepherd, John (2005). Continuum encyclopedia of popular music of the world. Continuum. pp. 57–. ISBN 9780826474360. Retrieved 6 May 2012. 

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