Photo Review – Quiet Parade & Saint-Jack

Artists: Saint-Jack, Quiet Parade
When: March 23, 2017
Venue: Plan B Lounge
Where: Moncton, NB
Genre: Bleeding Heart Pop Rock, Indie Folk, Fog-Rock

Thursday night I had the pleasure of covering Quiet Parade as they performed their first show with material in both French and English. Opener Saint-Jack did a great job warming up the crowd, ending his set with a sing along.

I really enjoyed Quiet Parade’s set. Even though I don’t know French at all, I still really got into their French songs. The Halifax based band is also nominated for an ECMA for Folk Recording of the Year. I wish them luck and look forward to their return to Moncton.


Quiet Parade:

For more photos from the show, head to our Facebook page!

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Game Designer and photographer, who owns 3 guitars, but cannot play any of them, despite being able to read music, and play the trumpet. Music has always been a part of my life. From the time I could walk I used to run around the coffee table to the tempo of Dueling Banjos. I don’t remember how old I was when I went to my first concert, but I know I was so young the loud music made me cry. It was the Beach Boys btw. Since then I have tried to get to as many shows as possible. Even traveling great distances for shows. I am here to help share my love of photography and music, but capturing as much as the passion our Canadian artists give to their craft as I can.

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