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Re: Re: Re: Philippe Bruneau

Philippe Bruneau is considered here in Quebec to be one of the greatest and most creative accordion players ever. I have heard that is true that he moved to France, bitter about not being as successful as an artist as he deserved.Apparently he is a proud & difficult person and doesn't open up easily even to those in the traditional music community who do appreciate and celebrate his music.
La vie de musicien, c'est une vie bien dure.
Ever know any musicians like him?

Re: Philippe Bruneau

Hey Grey! Nice to see you here. Hope the water is still going down. I haven't heard of Philippe Bruneau

Re: Re: Philippe Bruneau

Thanks for all the help folks.Read about this amazing guy in an article about Marc Savoy. Hello Mr. William. Good to see your post. Basement is finally dry. We are much more fortunate than some.

Re: Philippe Bruneau

Hey Gregg glad to learn you're finally starting to dry out and you're safe.
I drove my Dad to the air port this morning to meet with other WWll vets. They're going to Washington DC (as opposed to Washington EC) for the dedication of WWll memorial. Then they will return tonight.
Wife just made some chicken and sausage Jambalaya and it's ready. Later

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