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Tracteur Jack

Tracteur Jack was first seen in concert in 2004, when Dominic Faucher and François Leblanc started jamming to participate at “Cégeps en spectacle”. They would not win until the following year when they offered an original and energetic duo performance. That same year, the band came to a partial hiatus for both members were separated by many kilometers and at times, were oceans apart. The two met again in 2009 and decided to go forward with the project, recruiting Julien Morissette on upright bass, and Thierry Faucher on drums.

The synergy between the four musicians together propelled the band into a never-before-seen musical birth on the Canadian scene. Indeed, in 2009, Tracteur Jack endeavored an ambitious tour of over 60 concerts, including performances in many festivals, such as Coup de Coeur Francophone, the bourse RIDEAU, the Festival des Montgolfières de Gatineau, the Salon de la Musique Indépendente de Montréal, the Festival Outaouais Émergent, and Musiqu’en Nous. During all that touring, the band acquired a musical maturity that led them to record their very first album, “Western Camembert”, in a retreated chalet near Wakefield, Quebec.

Keeping faithful to their DIY (do it yourself) reputation, their album was self-produced, self-financed and was distributed for free on the Internet. Tracteur Jack hopes to keep living the dream this year with another summer tour and a noticeable participation at Les Francofolies de Montréal in June 2010. With more enthusiasm than ever, Tracteur Jack will keep rocking you socks off in order for them to be in their favorite spot: on stage, where they can make you dance with their mix of French rock and exotic gipsy swing.

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