The finalists for La Voix VI stop in Sherbrooke

The finalists for The Voice VI are eager to share their personality with the audience. Motivated by the looks and the good words of their fans, the group ensures that the best is yet to come. They were passing through Sherbrooke on Friday.
The Tribune met Yama Laurent, Yann Brassard and Jonathan Freeman just before their signature session at the Cotsco warehouse in Sherbrooke. This is the third stop of their tour promoting their album, which includes the four original songs written by their respective coach.

“I’m happy to be in the city of Garou,” said Yama, who won the show last May.

The group quickly felt its pleasure to meet people. “You realize you’re not singing right in front of a camera,” says Jonathan.

“What catches my attention is to hear each person express their love,” says Yama. She remains fascinated to know the emotions that she could make feel to the public, emotions that differ for each person.

For Yann, what marks him is knowing that in every city, there are people waiting for his arrival. “To see the excitement of people, the stress and see the sparkling eyes of children, it comes to us. ”

“We are lucky to have this kind of opportunity, to discover all these regions,” adds the winner.

“We have influenced people in their small life course and this is the best gift for us”, shares the interpreter of Ouvert-moi.

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