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Martin Goyette of "The Voice" in Chicoutimi

Martin Goyette of "The Voice" in Chicoutimi

Martin Goyette, adventure of "The Voice" is far from over. "She is just beginning ..." he starts by thanking life for the impact of his visit to the show.
The candidate eliminated direct step is very pleased with his career: "What I have to live is fantastic; I could not imagine better gift for my 20 year career. It should not have trouble for me because I was eliminated. Rather, it is just beginning, because I have been able to impose a name and a voice to more than two million spectators. "

"And beyond my performance, I'm glad I left my mark with a different style of music, with blues ..."

And developments in the forecastle 38 years the voice of Louis Armstrong: people now recognize the street. "Now, is that it takes me half an hour more to do my grocery store, because people come talk to me and congratulate me," says this father, who bought a small house with the limits St. Henri district of Montreal.

Six months of college

"I would compare my experience with" The Voice "to six months of university. It's amazing what you can learn. I did not think it was that big ... "adds the one song on the album of the fourth season of" The Voice. "
In Chicoutimi

Martin Goyette, who participated in many festivals to France, prepares to hit the road - family - and will happen in the Saguenay for the first time.

The Jazz & Blues Festival Saguenay told him the Murdock scene - became the Loto-QuГ©bec - for delivery on 16 April.

The singer-harmonica trio evolve, with his side Tytus Zurawski Polish guitarist and bassist Ontario Jarrod Atkinson. On the menu: the material from her debut album "Sweet Jelly Warm" (2013), and the old blues of the 1920s and 1930s.

New album

He will also discover tunes from his second album, he intends to leave in the fall, and on which he will mix original compositions blues classic colors of the Chicago of the 1960s and 1970s.

Visibly moved by the radiation that has brought him "The Voice", the bluesman is confident that by next year he will leave his construction trade and live his passion. "I realize that all hopes are now permitted," he concludes

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