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Season 3 Episode 5 |  Just Between You and Me with Hubert Lenoir

Season 3 Episode 5 | Just Between You and Me with Hubert Lenoir

Hubert Lenoir doesn't like social media, he doesn't like to be photographed, he doesn't like to give interviews much, but he made an exception today, by welcoming us to this little apartment that serves as his studio, somewhere in Sainte-Marie-la-Mer. – The Roche region of Quebec, not far from the house where he lives with his mistress and manager, Noémie.

Episode 5: Hubert Lenoir

Hubert Lenoir opens the doors of his small studio in Quebec for a rare interview about his reasons for withdrawing from public life, the impact of the negative comments he faced, and his undying love for music.

Photo: Edward Plante Frechette, Los Angeles Press

Hubert Lenoir with podcast host Just between you and meDominique Tardif

Three quotes from our interview

On his stage

“I was playing in the street, on Rue Saint-Jean, and I was at a period in my life where I was having difficulty paying the rent. I needed to make money. For the world to get rid of my two cents, I had to put on a show. So it's like I was being pushed into the water Because I was very self-conscious by nature, I needed to develop this performative side. artist. »

About his meeting with Philip Catherine

“We met during a program that Radio France invited me to, in honor of Françoise Hardy at the House of Broadcasting. Philippe, I didn’t know him, but I knew he had really said good things about me. I saw him come in and at first he didn’t speak to me, then he shook my hand and said, ‘My condolences to everyone like me.’” [phrase tirée de sa chanson Secret]. Then he stopped talking. I found it very so creative As a moment. »

About Quebec

“I've always been proud to be a Quebecois artist, but you really have to go somewhere else, to work with other people, to understand how much we are who we are, and how much we cannot escape our identity. When I go to France, I force myself to Speaking with a double accent, just to confirm my identity.”

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