Les Trois Accords is a / band from Drummondville, Canada. The band launched its first album Gros Mammouth Album in 2003 to a very receptive public. Along with their video, their songs received heavy exposure in Québec. In 2004, Gros Mammouth Album Turbo was released with two extra tracks, Loin D’ici and Turbo Sympathique and including one of Quebec’s biggest hits Hawaiienne, which led them to sell 190 000 copies of their album in Canada.

The band’s most prominent show to-date was in September, 2005, when they were an opening act for The Rolling Stones in Moncton, New Brunswick. The concert drew an estimated 85,000 spectators. That time as they finished up their set, one of them slyly asked the crowd not to leave the stadium because there was going to be some more good music later…

In 2006, they released their second ‘official album’ called Grand champion international de course, including Tout nu sur la plage , Grand champion and Youri. This record was in the top charts in Québec, selling over 50,000 copies.

Les Trois Accords toured also in France, Belgium and all over Canada since 2006.

In 2008 they released a CD/DVD special ‘country’ called En Beau Country including their best songs and three new ones. It was recorded unplugged, in front of families and fans.

Their latest album is called Dans mon corps and was released in october 2009.

Originally formed in 1997 by Olivier Benoit and Simon Proulx, the band’s current formation is:

* Pierre-Luc Boisvert (bass/basse)
* Charles Dubreuil (drum/batterie)
* Alexandre Parr (guitars, vocals/guitare et backvocals)
* Simon Proulx (vocals, guitars/chanteur principal et guitare)

Official web site www.lestroisaccords.com

Edited by forslarelle on 9 Dec 2013, 13:22

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