Montreal Jazz Festival Daily Picks: July 3

Expect an inspiring night of intimate music infused with blues, jazz, and soul from Dominique Fils-Aimé.

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Montreal singer Dominique Fils-Aimé was finally able to premiere her final Montreal show at the Outremont Theater in the fall, following the release of her 2021 album Three Little Words, and it was an inspiring night of intimate music infused with blues, jazz and soul. of his ambitious trilogy that tells the story of African-American music. Expect the same here.

Free in the open air: Cécile Doo-Kingué. Rogers stage. 9 and 11 at night

This overly talented artist grew up in New York City as part of a first-generation family from Cameroon and now calls Montreal home. This singer/guitarist specializes in intense blues rock with an African twist and it’s a sure bet he’ll be the favorite party on the block on Sunday night.

The 42nd Montreal International Jazz The festival continues until July 9. For program, tickets and more information, visit montrealjazzfest.com.

Cécile Doo-Kingué performs at the 2016 Burnaby Blues + Roots festival in Deer Lake, Burnaby, BC
Cécile Doo-Kingué performs at the 2016 Burnaby Blues + Roots festival in Deer Lake, Burnaby, BC Photo by Gerry Kahrmann /Postmedia News

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