Wednesday, June 19, 2024

André Philippe Gagnon Brings His Show To Meaford

Known as the man of a thousand voices, André-Philippe Gagnon is considered the number one singing impressionist in the world today. He has toured the world with Celine Dion, headlined Las Vegas, and appeared on the Tonight Show with Johnny Carson.

Gagnon will perform at Meaford Hall on May 25.

His impressions of famous personalities including Mick Jagger, John Lennon, Louis Armstrong, The Black Eyed Peas, and even Sam Smith, are rapid-fire and amazingly spot-on. Gagnon can slip from Frank Sinatra to Pharrell Williams in the blink of an eye! Today, Andre Philippe Gagnon is back with a brand new show. He takes the audience on a compelling and unforgettable musical journey, telling universally relatable stories of the songs that create the soundtracks of our lives. In a conversational tone, Gagnon shares memories, funny anecdotes, and thoughts. Up close and personal, he allows his audience to discover the person behind the eternal smile of the showman. We all have a playlist of favourite songs that remind us of key moments in our lives. The show’s musical playlist triggers a powerful response from the audience. Each impression brings back memories and feel-good emotions to the audience.

Gagnon’s big break came when he appeared on the now legendary Tonight Show with Johnny Carson nearly four decades ago, performing his version of ‘We Are the World’, impersonating all 18 famous voices on the song. Following that performance he sold out an entire tour in three hours in his home province of Quebec, setting box office records. He’s performed across the globe, toured twice with Celine Dion, was featured at the Olympics, and performed the opening of the Skydome broadcast live. In the early 2000s, Gagnon also completed a decade-long residency in Las Vegas at the prestigious casinos the Venetian and the Paris, playing to packed houses six nights a week, named as ‘Vegas’ Best New Act’.

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