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Country tunes in Coulonge

Acadian singer/songwriter Amélie Hall was in concert at École secondaire Sieur de Coulonge in Mansfield on April 12. She performed a set of country songs for an enthusiastic crowd.

CALEB NICKERSON
MANSFIELD April 12, 2018
On Thursday evening, the folks in Fort Coulonge were treated to the musical talents of a young Acadian singer/songwriter.
Amélie Hall is from Tracadie-Sheila in northern New Brunswick and is an up-and-coming figure in the Canadian country music scene. She performed an intimate set at École secondaire Sieur de Coulonge for an enthusiastic crowd, even bringing out local legend Phil Denault for a few songs.
Hall released her debut, self-titled album in 2014 to critical acclaim, reaching number one on the Canadian charts for several weeks. In August of last year, she released her second album, Cultiver L'amour, bringing her even more attention.

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