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And approaching "The Deserters" (which gets its Canadian release care of Paper Bag Records on March 12), she certainly didn't lack for ambition.
Bob Mould, the worldwide reference of alternative rock for the last three decades, will present his new album “Patch the Sky” on the stage on Saturday 4th.
A novelty on this date will be the Cat’s Eyes project from Faris Badwan and Rachel Zeffira who have won the award of European Composer in European Film Awards.
Unfortunately, all type of tickets are already sold out, but for all the lucky Festival-goers the access to the different concerts will be free by visiting the Heineken Hidden Stage information point.
Thanks to a chance encounter with some Australians in a pub, she learned there was a dire local need for supply teachers, particularly those skilled in French.
Zeffira didn't speak French, but she didn't let that stop her. I don't know about you, but when I had substitute teachers at school, I was really cruel to them. I got home and I was like, phoning teachers to apologize for how awful I was." "I would never do that now," she added, "because I would know that I would end up in prison on serious fraud charges." Well, she didn't last long teaching anyway.
For the Sound gourmets: the provocative and transgressor Canadian artist Peach will be performing on Thursday 2nd June.