Returning home for a one night stop during the Canadian tour of new album, American Fiction, is Pat LePoidevin.
LePoidevin is a Princeton grown, singer-songwriter, musician who has just debut his forth album. He will introduce the latest to locals at the Riverside Center on Saturday, Sept. 7 at 7:30 p.m. Doors will open at 7 p.m., tickets are $10 at the door.
Along with his vocal talent, LePoidevin uses a looper pedal to ‘create a blend of sound using guitar, ukuleles, percussion and violin.’
If you have not had the opportunity to hear the incredible voice of this talented young man take the time to do so. Check him out (Pat LePoidevin) on youtube.com, music.cbc.ca/#/artists/Pat-LePoidevin or one of his latest at www.pigeonrow.com/pat-lepoidevin-american-fiction/.
Returning home with LePoidevin is his childhood friend Lewis Smith. The two joined forces while LePoidevin was researching his American heritage. (He is the son of an American born artist.) Together, the two wrote about ‘small American towns, drawing inspiration from their own experiences in rural Canada. Accompanying American Fiction is a book of short stories written by Smith.’
The two friends and band mates will be joined in their performance by drummer Matt Sarty.
American Fiction is said to be a heartfelt tribute. Don’t miss out on your chance to hear it and to see our very own Pat LePoidevin and Lewis Smith during their one night only stop at home in Princeton.
Keep up with the tour at www.patlepoidevin.com