Montreal, October 21, 2014 — First studio album in English in the past 12 years, Roch Voisine’s Movin’ on Maybe includes 12 new original country, folk, pop and rock songs.
This time, the songwriter-composer-singer hooked up with his renowned friends and partners, travelling between recording studios in London, Nashville and Montreal.
Among those partners are his Nashville buddies including, of course, producer Chad Carlson (Americana and Confidences) who won two Grammy Awards in 2010 for his work with American country singer Taylor Swift. For his Jacob & Leila song, Roch Voisine renewed his partnership with Dean Landon, with whom he had written Sotchi 2014 Canadian Olympic Team anthem Pour l’honneur / Living Out My Dreams.
He also worked with songwriter-composer-singer Alan Frew of Glass Tiger and Nashville star singer Katie Armiger, who both add their voice to Voisine’s on I Will Remain and The Gift, respectively. Finally, let us mentioned the precious collaboration of Quebec producers Marc Pérusse, Jay Lefebvre, Guy Tourville and sound engineer Ghislain-Luc Lavigne.
The first single released from this new album is Catch Me, that Roch Voisine wrote along with his longstanding music friends Ali Thomson (Kissing Rain) and Marc Jordan. This pop-rock song is irresistible and brilliant and reflects another great partnership.
Roch Voisine is in a cross-Canada tour including stops in Calgary- October 21, Edmonton- October 22, Gatineau- December 3, Montreal- December 5 and 6, and Toronto- December 19. In a special acoustic formula, the singer will be accompanied by three musicians to sing many of his major hit songs in English, some of his unavoidable French hits and, of course, all the news songs from his Movin’ on Maybe.
Tickets for these two shows at the Montreal Olympia are available at the Olympia ticket office and all Admission ticket offices.