It’s been a while. I haven’t been on the road as much, which I guess is why I’ve neglected to update this. I figure people who read this don’t really want to know about the groceries I bought, or the bar I hung out at, or the very cheap but delicious Berlin falafels I eat.
I’m very happy to announce, though, that I will be on the road a bit this fall playing some solo shows around Germany. I’m also happy to say that these shows are being supported and promoted by the good people at TV Noir, Sound Kartell, Prime Tours, and Selective Artists.
I’ll be solo because Pete and Hugo, drummer and bassist, are back in Canada touring with our good friend David Simard, and Kristina (cellist) is on the road with the lovely and talented Agnes Obel. They’re rocking it as they should with all the style and class of those that are the best.
Here are the dates:
22.10 Erfurt – Frau Korte
23.10 – Köln – Wohngemeinschaft
25.10 – Berlin – Monarch
15.12 – Hannover – Feinkostlampe
16.12 – Hamburg – Kleiner Donner
17.12 – Lübeck – Tonfink
All information for tickets can be found here.
I’d love to see you. Honestly. Be well.
The Independant Music Awards recently announced the nominations for their 14th edition. This year, Mark Berube is nominated in the Folk/Singer-Songwriter Album category for Russian Dolls and in the Short Form Music Video category for Carnival.
In each category, a winner will be picked by a jury and another winner will be picked by the public. The jury will include artists and people from the music industry. The public vote will be open until Friday July 31st, 2015 via the IMA Vox Pop Jukebox.
Vote for Mark Berube.
Congrats to Mark Berube who has been nominated at the Canadian Folk Music Awards for The Oliver Schroer Pushing The Boundaries Award, which celebrates innovation in creating new folk sounds.
He’s also nominated at the GAMIQ in the Pop Album of the Year category for his album Russian Dolls.
What fun it was… La Tournée des Inouïs 2014, in images.
Mark Berube is happy to present his new music video for Ethiopia, from his most recent album Russian Dolls. Directed by Robert D et ROS-B, the video features Mark in a retro-futuristic setting.
Before heading to Europe this fall, Mark will perform two more shows on this side of the Atlantic Ocean: Trois-Rivières on September 6th at Café Bar Le Zénob and Montreal on September 10th for Divan Orange’s 10th anniversary.
Mark and his musicians won the 2014 Public Price at Les iNOUïs du Printemps de Bourges, which includes a tour in France in October: Lille, Nancy, Lyon, Marseille and Bordeaux. They’ll also be visiting other European cities.
06/09 Trois-Rivières, QC // Café-Bar Le Zénob
10/09 Montréal, QC // Divan Orange (Divan Orange’s 10th Anniversary)
23/09 Berlin, DE // Privatclub (Opening for Mo Kenney)
30/09 Tourcoing, FR // Le Grand Mix (Opening for François and the Atlas Mountains)
01/10 Nancy, FR // L’Autre Canal (Opening for Chapelier Fou)
02/10 Villeurbanne, FR // Le Transbordeur (Opening for Karimouche)
03/10 Marseille, FR // Espace Julien (Opening for Set & Match)
04/10 Bordeaux, FR // Rock School Barbey (Opening for Concrete Knives)
06/10 Berlin, DE // Fluxbau (Opening for Anna Aaron)
09/10 Fréjus, FR // Public House
16/10 Lausanne, CH // Bleu Lézard
17/10 Paris, FR // Café Pigalle
22/10 Pau, FR // La Centrifugeuse
23/10 Angers, FR // T’es rock coco
24/10 Vannes, FR // Les Valseuses
25/10 Rochefort en Terre, FR // L’étang moderne
30/10 Massy, FR // Centre culturel Paul Bailliart (Les primeurs de Massy)
01/11 Zurich, CH // Helsinki Club
08/11 Basel, CH // Parterre