Brigitte Jardin

Yukon
Brigitte Jardin performs traditional music from the French Canadian, Cajun and Old-Time repertoire. She navigates between guitar, washboard, drums, vocals and also incorporate foot percussion as part of her performance. She usually plays with a supporting band malleable to the occasion with instruments including banjo, fiddle and upright bass. Brigitte Jardin creates a soundscape that is both familiar and unique.

Brigitte’s music is inspired by strong female roots singers that had had an impact in the industry such as Cléoma Breaux as the first Cajun women that had recorded in Louisiana, Gallant tu perds ton temps as the first traditional all women band in Québec and Barbara Dane as a political activist and folk-singer from Michigan.

Lyle Werner is a fiddler who resides in New Orleans, Louisiana and plays music with a variety of local and not-so-local bands. Drawing from old-time, Cajun, western swing, and country, his fiddling is a product of years of immersive attention to the older styles of American music. If you’d like to hear a little of his playing, listen to an album from Esther Rose, The Leveetoppers, or watch Amy Mann’s Jackie & Ryan for his work on the score as well as a role in film.

Performances
Date Show
February 25, 2020 Evansburg
February 27, 2020 Grimshaw
February 28, 2020 Fairview
February 29, 2020 Cotillion
March 1, 2020 Dawson Creek
March 3, 2020 Hudson’s Hope
March 4, 2020 Tumbler Ridge
March 5, 2020 Wembley
March 7, 2020 St Isidore
March 8, 2020 Valleyview
March 9, 2020 Edmonton
March 10, 2020 Bonnyville
March 11, 2020 St Paul Chemin Chez Nous