Cover Photo taken by Anne Audet (at Rockingham Church)

Welcome to Marc Audet Music

Thanks for visiting my web page, and Welcome! Be sure to check out songs from my album, The River, on the Music page (/music). In there also are recordings and videos of newer songs of mine that will hopefully be recorded in 2022. Please add my music to your playlists, if you subscribe to services like Spotify, Bandcamp, iTunes, Apple Music. Just search for Marc Audet to find my album, The River.

Latest News

 2022 May

It's my turn to experience COVID-19. This came to be after participating in a music festival in Ottawa, but unmasked restaurant servers are believed to be the vector, and not the festival. It had to eventually happen and I am extremely grateful for being able to complete my WINTER FOLK SHOW and to attend the Ottawa Grassroots Festival before having to take a break from live performance.  I'm sure that I will be fully recovered by mid-May when my next live shows are scheduled (/shows-and-reviews). Until then,  I am staying active in isolation, doing preproduction work on my 2022 album. I'm tweaking several songs that "need something else", and so it's great to have time to do this. The outcome will be terrific!

Another music highlight for May is the CBC Searchlight song competition, for which I submitted a recording of Half Way There, featuring melodica accompaniment from Bradley Audet. This version of the song is what was presented at the Ottawa Grassroots Festival ... check it out at /music.

I will continue to perform live on my weekly LIVESTREAM shows when I am available, on Thursday evenings on my Facebook musician page (search for Marc Audet Music). Tune in Thursday evenings at 8 pm Eastern Standard Time for an hour of folksy music, including stories and songs about the history and heritage of our beautiful Ottawa Valley. Send me a message during the show ... bring some cyber friends.

Thanks for spending time on my website, stay healthy and be nice to each other.  If you enjoy my music send me a note of encouragement.

Talk to Me

Marc Audet

Talk to Me – at many historic sites, all that remains are crumbling ruins with giant pine trees overlooking. The people that settled or lived at these sites are long since passed away, yet those trees remain. This introspective song reflects on this … if only these trees could talk, and reveal all that happened before them. This recording of the

Talk to Me – at many historic sites, all that remains are crumbling ruins with giant pine trees overlooking. The people that settled or lived at these sites are long since passed away, yet those trees remain. This introspective song reflects on this … if only these trees could talk, and reveal all that happened before them. This recording of the song includes melodica accompaniment from Bradley Audet, recorded during a rehearsal for a show at the Ottawa Grassroots Festival in late April, 2022.

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