Summer 2023 – Update
Its been a while since my last update. I was rushing through a lot of work and not finding the time to slow down and update anything here. So I thought I’d share what is my plan for this summer. I want to reconnect with my social media, consistently publish videos of performances, keep you posted with the different projects I’m involved with and build some connections that will last for many years via musical projects.
Last year I joined Late Night Trouble. This year, we’re working on original material which will be released by the end of the year. The band has refined itself and thanks to an incredible producer, Rob Mah, we’re on our way to delivering a polished product for our fans. I can’t wait to share this with you.
Since 2019 I’ve been named teacher of the year at Lessonface. Well, in the last year, the company has really evolved and has been re-affirming its place in the post-pandemic markets. I’m very proud to be teaching drums and music tech online via this fantastic platform. If you’re curious, check out my profile to book your lesson internationally. @ http://www.lessonface.com/PierreLucLalonde
This May I was very lucky to join Sway Band from Ottawa who has been providing quality music to events for decades now. Premiered with the band at the RCMP’s 150th Regiment Ball in Ottawa and I can’t wait to share some videos and pictures from the luxurious events to get to play at.
Also, as usual, I’m working on some projects that are still at the egg phase and shouldn’t yet be launched publicly. So in the mean time, here’s a video from one of my rudimental solos.
November 2020 Update
I’ve been working on a few really cool projects in the last few months and I’ve been really lucky to have the chance to play with some amazing musicians. I’m working on more material and will keep working on some. so stay tuned, but here’s a few of the projects that came out of the oven in the last 3 months.
A cover/arrangement of Lorde’s Royals released in 2013. The idea for this one came to life during my Odd Time Signature Recital @ the ICMP London – The Institute of Contemporary Music Performance in 2015. This is a 2.0 version of this performance. I’m super happy about it. Enjoy, Like, Share. Feel free to like and share my Youtube page as well.
Mother of this new 7/8 arrangement from 2015 that inspired this new, studio version.
This is a Fusion project I’ve been a part of since before the Pandemic, its called ”Fusion A Trio”. Its a Fusion band with some great musicians here in Londrina. The composition is from Daniel Cavalini (guitar player). It’s been really awesome working on this material, even remotely. This song is ”Talvez, Quem Sabe?”
An 80’s Classic, ”Here I go Again” from Whitesnake with colleagues from my ship days.
Last but not least is a Halloween Special, a monstrous classic, Monster Mash, featuring my friends Maxime Carrière, Ana Suzuki, René Labelle and Tatiana Benitez.
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