At Peace Park 7:00PM - 9:00PM
After fronting one of the most successful fiddle acts in the world, Lynae and Denis Dufresne toured the country with some of the biggest names in Canadian music. In 2005, they took time off the road to settle in Calgary, AB. They quickly became antsy and formed PEAR.
With Lynae as the songstress and Denis as the musical backbone, PEAR quickly developed a grassroots following in both Canada and the US. Having thrilled festival goers around the world, PEAR has played the stages of The Wolftrap Music Festival (USA), Cropedy Festival (UK), in Canada; Country Music Week, Big Valley Jamboree, PNE Festival, Merritt Mountain Music Fest, Filberg Festival and in Denmark; Skagen Festival, Horsens Festival, Midtfyns Festival, Tonder Festival.
As Lynae and Denis Dufresne are indeed a couple it seemed like every time they attempted to write a song with someone it was assumed it would be a love song. Tiring of this theme the duo decided to rebel by writing "This Ain't A Love Song," the current single at Canadian radio ...and of course it turned out to be just that. This energetic inspiring song which, featuring Lynae's powerhouse vocals, strikes a chord with anyone in istening audiences who has ever fallen in love. It was this song that received a standing ovation at the CCMA's Music Industry Brunch at Country Music Week 2011. The song has since won the 2012 International Songwriting Competition for the country genre. The 13 infectious tracks stand testament to the duo's love and passion for great music.
With the release of their second album and an extensive live performance tour (including upcoming dates in Canada, the US and Europe) just around the corner, PEAR is prime for the picking... now take a bite!
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