Patrice Michaud

Patrice Michaud (born November 1, 1980) is a Canadian singer-songwriter from Cap-Chat, Quebec.[1] He won the SOCAN Songwriting Prize in the French division in 2014 for his song "Mécaniques générales",[2] and his 2017 album Almanach was a Juno Award finalist for Francophone Album of the Year at the Juno Awards of 2018.[3]

Patrice Michaud
Background information
Born (1980-11-01) November 1, 1980
Cap-Chat, Quebec
Genrespop rock, folk rock
Instrumentsvocals, guitar
Years active2010-present

A graduate of Université Laval,[4] he released his debut album Le Triangle des Bermudes in 2011,[5] and followed up with Le Feu de chaque jour in 2014.[6] In 2015 he won the Prix Félix for Best Concert Performance by a Solo Artist for his tour to support Le Feu de chaque jour.[7]

Almanach, his third album, was released in 2017.[8] In addition to his Juno Award nomination, he won two Prix Félix in 2017, for Male Vocalist of the Year and Song of the Year for "Kamikaze",[9] and was a Canadian Folk Music Award finalist for French Songwriter of the Year at the 13th Canadian Folk Music Awards.[10]

At the Gala de l'ADISQ in 2018, he won the Prix Félix for Male Singer of the Year.[11]


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