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Luc Normand | The Easter Bunny Song (20th Anniversary Edition)

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The Easter Bunny Song (20th Anniversary Edition)

by Luc Normand

Arguably one of the most prolific songwriters in and around the Ottawa Valley, Luc Normand has penned over 600 songs in styles ranging nearly every music style. He's most comfortable in his unique Roots & Roll genre but enjoys Blues, Country, etc.
Genre: Easy Listening: Adult contemporary
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A veteran singer/songwriter who feels fortunate to have a successful career, a loving and supportive family, and an excuse to sometimes pack them up and hit the road for the odd weekend getaway. As with most independent artists, oft-times the costs outweigh revenue. If it were only about that, one might wonder why he continues. But it's not about that.

He'll tell you it's about the smiles on the kids faces when he does Christmas concerts at the schools. It's about using his talents to help those less fortunate. It's about helping people either deal with or forget their woes even for a short while.

"It's about being the soundtrack playing in the background as two lovers share the deepest gaze and the most meaningful of moments. It's about turning on a radio and hearing your words coming back at you and the surreal feeling that ensues. It's about the beauty of the stringed instrument, the passion of the human voice and just how intoxicating the two are together." - Luc Normand

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