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Prostate cancer: Cowboys Fringants singer Karl Tremblay will have to undergo another treatment

The Cowboys-Fringants singer’s chemotherapy treatments are no longer “effective,” his wife, Marie-Annick Lépine, has revealed.

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In a Facebook post, the singer-songwriter wrote on Tuesday night, after a difficult day for several other reasons: “This is when Carl told me his chemo was no longer working. He’ll start another one after the break. Misery…”

We know that Carl Tremblay, 46, has prostate cancer and that since last summer he has had to undergo treatment every three weeks, which has also required adjustments to the Cowboys Fringants tour schedule. Their friends replaced Les Trois Accords at three festivals in the summer of 2022.

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For her part, Marie-Annick Lépine continues her solo tour with songs from her album “Entre Beaurivage et L’Ange-Gardien”. She will perform on Wednesdays at the Maison des Arts Desjardins in Drummondville, then will be at the Juliette Lassonde Arts Center in Saint-Hyacinthe (March 2), at the Pavillon L’Entrepôt in the Lachine district (March 11) and at the Maison de la Culture Claude-Léveillée in Villeray (March 15).

Cowboys Fringants also stay on the road. They will be at the Salle Odyssée in Gatineau (March 13), at L’Étoile in Brossard (March 24) and at the Théâtre Alphonse-Desjardins in Repentigny (March 30-31).

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