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OV-CAOS Pop-Up Art

Fifth Chute Café, 291 Bridge Street, Eganville, ON

Ottawa Valley Creative Arts Open Studio (OV-CAOS), in partnership with the Community Resource Centre—Killaloe, has received a one-year seed grant from the Ontario Trillium Foundation to create Pop Up Art, a travelling art exhibition and community art workshops for Renfrew County. Pop Up Art features a curated exhibition called Extra-Ordinary Renfrew County. The exhibition is a multi-artist and multimedia exhibit exploring how the extraordinary can be found in our everyday lives in Renfrew County. The exhibition pops up in unexpected places, such as municipal facilities, community facilities, private businesses and other public places. The exhibition series is being officially launched with the first show in Eganville at the Fifth Chute Café. I am honored and thrilled to be providing quiet acoustic music during the launch event on May 2nd.

Marc Audet on the CHIP FM Troubadour Show

CHIP 101.7 FM Radio, Fort Coulonge, PQ

On this episode of Steve Jackson's Troubadour Show, I'll be his guest. We'll be talking about the new album The River, and I'll be playing a few songs live on the radio as well as spinning a few tracks from the album. Steve is a seasoned radio show host; the show should be quite excellent. Tune in if you are in radio range, or listen from their website at http://mapetiteradio.com/player/popup/chip-fm

Volunteer Appreciation Night, with Marc Audet

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Killaloe Lions Hall, 18 Lake Street, Killaloe, ON

Here I'll be playing music for a community Social event to show appreciation for volunteers that support the different organizations and community groups in the Killaloe area. I'll be playing whatever music they want.

Apres Ski with Marc Audet

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What would be better than live acoustic pub music in the sun on a deck at the chalet of the famous (best kept secret) ski hill Mont Chilly?. Entertainment starts around 4 pm. Call before coming, to ensure the hill will be open, given the late season - call 819-683-3595.

Marc Audet Live on CHCR Random Radio (show)

CHCR Radio, 102.9 FM, 14 Lake Street, Killaloe, ON

Random Radio is a weekly radio show that includes a wide range of features, including interviews and live on-air music. That's where I fit in: I'll be with DJ Peanut Butter talking about my album The River, and playing a few songs live ... all while snacking on some pizza from Garth’s kitchen. Tune in for some Friday evening banter and folksy tunes.

Marc Audet CD Release at Janna & Kerry's Over Easy Cafe & Grill

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Janna and Kerry's Over Easy Cafe & Grill, 27 Pembroke Street West, Pembroke, ON

After 5 months of effort, my debut album The River is being released. The roots folk music celebrates the heritage of the Ottawa Valley, and reflects on life and times. I'll be playing songs from the album and CDs will be available to purchase. The songs from the album will be performed along with other great music in 3 sets starting at 8 pm. I hope to have some accompaniment, but I'm not sure this will work out. Nevertheless, the show will go on at least as a solo act covering a wide range of folk music, from traditional folk to folk rock. NO COVER!!

CD Release Party and House Concert

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J. Bigham Residence, 52 Laurier Street, Deep River, ON

This will be a catered house concert with the focus being on the songs from the newly released album The River. There will be 2 sets of music with delicious light snacks provided by a local catering service, plus coffee, tea, soft drinks. To cover the cost of catering, there will be a cover charge of $10. CDs will be on sale at the event. Limited capacity (40); to reserve tickets, call 613-281-4591 or e-mail mcaudet01@gmail.com.

Marc Audet Live on CKCU Canadian Spaces

CKCU Radio, 93.1 FM, Ottawa, ON

CKCU's weekly radio show Canadian Spaces provides 40 minutes of uninterrupted folk, followed by interviews, live performances, music community news and concert announcements, with a focus on Canadian acoustic singer-songwriters. I'll be the guest artist on the March 9th show. TUNE IN on your radio or through the internet.

Marc Audet Live Interview on CJHR

Valley Heritage Radio, CJHR 98.7 FM, 3009 Burnstown Road, Renfrew, ON

This is a live interview on Valley Heritage Radio, where we'll be talking about the newly released album The River. We'll play a few songs from the album after talking about what the songs are about. The host Christa Pare is a wonderful host and DJ. I very much look forward to sitting with Christa.

MMSC Music Night

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Mount Martin Ski Club Chalet, 82 Double Dip Road, Deep River, ON

This is the evening part of a day of festivities at the Mount Martin ski hill in Deep River. As lift operations end at 4 pm, live music will start in the chalet, with a few different local acts providing entertainment. Pizza slices can be purchased after 5:30, and soft drinks are available in the chalet, along with snacks and deserts. $5 cover charge to cover costs and to raise funds for the groomer. This is a family friendly event.

Marc Audet Live at Couples Resort

Couples Resort, 139 Galeairy Lake Road, Whitney, ON

Couples Resort is a 5+ star, all-inclusive resort on the eastern edge of Algonquin Park. One of the great things about this resort is they have musicians performing most evenings in the dining hall. On January 8th I'll be providing entertainment, covering a wide mix of soulful, romantic songs.

New Year's Eve Fundraiser with Marc Audet as Opening Act

Deep River Legion, 50 McElligott Drive, Deep River, ON

Celebrate New Year's Eve with friendly people, live music and food - all for $20. Marc Audet is the opening act, preceding the amazing Anthony Leclair then a rock band that will bring in the New Year. Proceeds to North Renfrew Family Services.


Marc plays music which calls back to the bygone history of Eastern Ontario with tales of the Voyageurs and Coureur De Bois of the Ottawa Valley. His music is as calming as the flowing Ottawa River. His presence is serene and introspective, much like the territory he sings about. While listening to him, you may find yourself in a different place and time. Join him for an evening of history, folk legends, and authentic entertainments.”

— Nigel E.

I love being in any space Marc is playing. He is one of those performers that automatically makes the experience enjoyable because he is in fact enjoying himself. No venue is “too fancy” or “not fancy enough” for a guy like him. He gives his talents selflessly for causes that make a difference in people lives. He will cover a song and give his own twist to it making the song a new original. His own songs let the listener have a little peak into his values as a person.”

— Chris H.

Marc Audet is a singer/songwriter who can keep an audience's attention with his writing, music and unassuming stage presence.”

— Terry M.

I have been listening to the true chords of Canadian Marc Audet in his cottage barn, at the Off the Grid, in Kathy Haycock’s Gallery, and Summer park concerts in Eganville, and it is always a pleasure. Hearing the experience of feet on the ground, a soaring soul, performed with heart is a beautiful experience.. truth in music.”

— Susan H.

I felt the Valley in my heart and so much of your music reminded of things I can't put a finger on. It really put a smile on my face.”

— Janice E.