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If I would like to make the best compliment to the singer, it would be: he has his own style.
You hear him singing, and you do not even to know the song - it's Daniel Lavoie.

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The 20th century

• 1967 – TV emission «Jeunesse oblige» on Radio-Canada.


• 1970 - Tour in Quebec.


• 1979 - 3 weeks Petit Montparnasse in Paris.


• 1981 - Concert at the Théâtre de la Ville in Paris and a tour in Quebec and Ontario.


• 1982
- Tours in Quebec, Belgium and Switzerland.
- Concert at the Théâtre Bobino in Paris.
- Festival of Bourges.


• 1984 - Hôtel des rêves - the performances in Quebec and in Europe.


• 1987 - A series of five performances at the «Olympia» in Paris.


• 1988 - Participation in the TV show by Liza Minnelli - «Lisa» (the song «Never Been To New York» and «Whom Do You Love?» From the album «Tips»).
- Tour with performances Théâtre «Outremont» in Montreal and at the «Olympia» in Paris.

- Human Rights Now (Charity concert-action on the protection of human rights in September 1988, Stade Olympique de Montréal along with Michael Rivard, Sting, Peter Gabriel and Bruce Springsteen).
Comments:
Marie-Christine Bleu - Journalist: This is one of the first opportunities when I saw my stars, my singers next to people like Peter Gabriel and Sting.
Cutting Rankur, the former manager: At the international market Daniel is equal to Sting. I saw him twice on stage, one beside the other, one near the other, one behind the other and so on ... Daniel has the same talent like that guy. He sings as good as he does.
Marie-Christine Bleu: The final song of Bob Marley, when they sang together around the same microphone, which they divided among themselves, there was also Bruce Springtin! It is as if we were allowed, and we too, at the North American continent for quite a friendly footing. We are all worth the same.


 • 1990 - The holiday dedicated to Daniel (during the festival Francofolies in Montreal). With the participation of: Luc De Larochellière, Marie Philippe, Hart Rouge, Maurane.
Daniel is a french-manitobe singer, the most famous one since the days of Louis Riel. Since that day in the 70's, with the «Jeunesse Oblige» TV emission, Daniel became the story of our popular songs, the precious legacy of Francophonie. Valuable, because he is a single copy and the original one. Daniel is perfect with the simple songs with no excesses, but they are so expressive as played by a piano, as well as with parade dressed skillful orchestration. What are the best words you can find to celebrate Daniel Lavoie, to tell him again about our loyalty and devotion, than these days during Festival Francofolies in Montreal? Luc de La Rochellière, Marie Phillippe, Maurane, Philippe Lafontaine, and many other artists will attend this hearty feast.


February 24 - la Place-des-Arts. Opera «Nelligan». It is not clear why the opera «Nelligan» (libretto by Michel Tremblay, music by André Gagnon) is not so well known as «Notre Dame de Paris» and «Don Giovanni».


• 1991 - Festival Francofolies in Bulgaria.
December 6 – the group «Hart Rouge» and their guests - with Daniel and Philip Marie in Montreal. The evening dedicated to the power of vocals and orchestra. 


• 1992 - 1993
November 7 - L'Olympia Daniel Lavoie / Sylvain Lelièvre.
The performance by the Quebec french-manitobe singer accompanied by two pianos, trombone, cello and drums. New Lavoie with all the same timeless talent and voice, as if created to accompany a cello. The songs written for his new album and his inevitable «Ils s` aiment», «Je voudrais voir New York» and «Jour de plaine».


December 4 - «Sand et les Romantiques»/ «Sand and Romantics» - the symphonic rock-opera in a concert.
The premiere, brought together 40 musicians on one stage. Through 18 songs «The Romantics» will tell about the life and love of George Sand (Eugène Delacroix - Daniel Lavoie).


• 1994
1 - 10 July - Jazz Festival - Daniel Lavoie and his «guest jazz».
August 8 - Théâtre Maisonneuve-festival dedicated to 40th anniversary of Claude Léveillée`s career.
The Holiday dedicated to Claude Léveillée assembled a charming chain of artists who welcomed the 40th anniversary of this popular song pioneer `s career. (He wrote «Les vieux pianos», «Le long des quais», etc for Edith Piaf.) With the participation of Claude Léveillée, Yvon Deschamps, André Gagnon, Daniel Lavoie, Andrée Lachapelleet and others.


 • 1995
August 8 - Théâtre Maisonneuve – The festival dedicated to Sylvain Lelièvre.
With the participation of Beau Dommage, Isabelle Boulay, Daniel Lavoie, Danielle Oderra and Edgar Fruitier. «Lelièvre holds «the banner of the French-speaking song» at the very high level; his poetry and song are woven delicately and his melodies and refined.» (Journal of Montreal).


 • 1996
August 3 - Théâtre Maisonneuve- The festival dedicated to Raymond Lévesque.
With the participation of Daniel Lavoie, Jean-Pierre Ferland, Isabelle Boulay, Les Frères à Ch'val, Renée Claude, Jean Lapointe, Luce Dufault, Clémence Desrochers, Paul Piché, Sylvie Tremblay, Jean-Guy Moreau, Luc Plamondon, Dan Bigras and others .
This warm party invites the audience to «La Fête à Raymond Lévesque» show, to celebrate one of the greatest pioneers of Quebec song.


• 1997
5 - 6 August - Cinquième Salle, PdA Daniel Lavoie and Louise Forestier
The unexpected meeting.
The song «Nantucket», released in the album «Ici» by Daniel Lavoie, was the reason for the productive meeting of Louise Forestier and Daniel Lavoie. The last creation was the cause of the idea of a collaborative performance. The program included Forestier`s songs as well as the songs from Daniel`s new album «Live au divan vert».


1998 - 1999 - «Notre Dame de Paris» .