Marc Déry

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Marc Déry
Born (1963-11-04) 4 November 1963 (age 53)
Mascouche, Quebec
Years active 1993–present
Website www.marcdery.ca

Marc Déry (born 4 November 1963) a French Canadian singer and guitarist from Quebec.[1] He was a member of the band Zébulon.[2] and also released four albums as a solo artist.

Early life[edit]

Déry was born in Mascouche, Quebec.

Career[edit]

Déry played bass for the band Les Colocs. [3] In 1993, with his brother Yves, as well as Yves Marchand and Alain Quirion, he formed the band Zébulon. The group performed, recorded and toured until 1997.[4]

In 1998, Déry began a solo career; his first solo album won him a Félix Award for arranger of the year.[5] He then released two more solo albums before getting back together with his Zébulon bandmates to produce an album and conduct a follow-up tour in 2008.[6][7]

Déry's fourth solo album, Numéro 4 was released in 2011 and was more pop-oriented than the others.[8] He has toured extensively in Quebec.[9]

Discography[edit]

  • Marc Déry (1999)
  • À l'avenir (2002)
  • À la figure (2005)[10]
  • Numéro 4 (2011)

Videos[edit]

  • Le monde est rendu peace (1999)
  • La cabane à Félix (2000)
  • Ostie qu'y se lève tard (2003)
  • À la figure (2005)
  • 20$ (2006)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Marc Déry en Abitibi-Témiscamingue pour présenter de nouvelles chansons". Ici Radio Canada, 18 May 2017
  2. ^ L'Actualité. Maclean-Hunter Limitée. 1999. p. 247. 
  3. ^ "En souvenir de Dédé". Weekend, Vanessa_Guimond 5 June 2016
  4. ^ L'Actualité. Maclean-Hunter Limitée. 1999. p. 247. 
  5. ^ Desmarais, Isabelle (16 February 2010). "Le retour aux sources de Zébulon (in French)", La Revue. Retrieved 28 May 2010.
  6. ^ "Une nouvelle ère pour Marc Déry". Jessica Émond-Ferrat. Métro, 22 September 2011
  7. ^ "Top CD: Le retour de Zébulon". Elle Quebec, 16 October 2008 by Nicolas Tittley
  8. ^ "Les dix meilleurs disques québécois de 2011 - L'embarras du choix". Le Devoir, 24 décembre 2011 |Sylvain Cormier
  9. ^ "Rencontre « libre » avec Marc Déry". Journal Revue, Pénélope Clermont 5 March 2013
  10. ^ "Chronique culturelle". Ici Radio Canada, November 2005

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