Andréanne A. Malette hosts and produces the new music show “Campfire”, which is available on the paid platform WhiteBox Play.
For the occasion, the ex-academician pulls a log to have a chat with 2Frères, Brigitte Boisjoli, Claude Cobra, Corneille, David Laflèche, Marie-Mai, Michel Rivard, Mara Tremblay and Vincent Vallières. All these beautiful people sing, of course, to the delight of viewers.
“I had this desire for a long time to bring together artists I love around a fire to chat and hear their songs in their raw state, stripping them of arrangements to find their original essence. This exposure gave rise to great moments of vulnerability, reflection, and laughter. Overall, simplicity. And that, you can never have too much. Getting back to basics, in life as in music, doing something real rather than beautiful, will always remain my primary mission. And each time, I come to realize that when I try to do something real, it's even more beautiful,” said Andréanne A. Malette.
The shooting of the four episodes of around 75 minutes took place in a brasserie in Shefford, in the Eastern Townships, and once again Andréanne A. Mallette added her touch by providing the staging and artistic direction.
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