What do Gerry Boulet, Patrick Norman, La Bottine Sourire and… Anik Jean have in common? They have all collaborated with Michel Rivard. The singer and director will reveal Friday From nowhere to today, her duet with the living legend of Quebec song.
Created for the soundtrack of Anik Jean’s first feature film entitled My Mother’s Men, this sweet piece carried by a typically Rivardesque guitar picking represents for the owner of the trashy saloon “a dream that I would never have thought of realizing” , she explained in a press release.
“In your voices that call me, I hear the wind waltz”, sing the two musicians who co-sign this piece, whose dialogue echoes that which will be at work on the big screen, between the men of the title and the main character of Elsie.
The former Beau Dommage thus adds his name to the all-star list of collaborators for the film, which is due to hit theaters on August 4, and whose cast includes Léane Labrèche-Dor, Marc Messier, Benoît Gouin, Patrick Huard and Colm. Feore.