Zébulon (band)

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Zébulon is a Canadian music group based in Montreal, Quebec. They released three albums and several singles between 1994 and 2008.


Zébulon was formed in 1993 in Montreal by singer-bassist Marc Déry,[1] guitarist Yves Déry, keyboardist Yves Marchand and drummer Alain Quirion. Marc and Yves are brothers.[2]

The band released its first self-titled album in 1994. Their song "Job Steady" received radio play, and they also release singles "Les femmes préfèrent les Ginos" and "Adrénaline".[3] In 1997, they won group of the year honours at Quebec's Felix Awards.[4]

After 1997, the band became inactive, but the original members got back together to record an album, Retour sur Mars, in 2008.[5][3] They then toured in support of the album.[6]

Band members[edit]

  • Marc Déry (vocals, bass, guitar)
  • Yves Déry (vocals, guitar)
  • Yves Marchand (vocals, piano, organ, synthesiser)
  • Alain Quirion (vocals, drums/percussion)


  • 1994: Zébulon
  • 1996: L'Oeil du Zig
  • 2008: Retour sur Mars


  1. ^ L'Actualité. Maclean-Hunter Limitée. 1999. p. 247.
  2. ^ Fortier, Christine (November 10, 2008). "Zébulon en six points (in French)", Canoe.ca. Retrieved May 28, 2010.
  3. ^ a b "Top CD: Le retour de Zébulon". Elle Quebec, 16 October 2008 by Nicolas Tittley
  4. ^ (September 30, 2008). "Zébulon Retour sur disque... et sur Mars (in French)", Radio-Canada. Retrieved May 28, 2010.
  5. ^ "Zébulon en six points". Canoë, Christine Fortier, 10 November 2008.
  6. ^ "Une nouvelle ère pour Marc Déry". Jessica Émond-Ferrat. Métro, 22 September 2011

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