Jean Paul De Roover Back in the Bay City

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Jean-Paul De RooverTHUNDER BAY – Thunder Bay’s own Jean Paul De Roover has been very busy since the release of his debut album “Windows and Doors”, touring Canada more than four times since just September of last year.

Thirteen months, countless kilometers, two hot singles “Fix” and “You” both accompanied by music videos played regularly on Much Music and a total of ten months spent on the road, Jean-Paul is making his way back home for a” Welcome Home Show & EP Fundraiser”. 

`To both celebrate his amazing accomplishments over the last year as well as his upcoming album, an a capella (using only his voice for an instrument) version of “Windows and Doors” which is already generating alot of buzz among his steadily increasing fan base, Jean-Paul De Roover is coming home to Thunder Bay for one night only.

Jean-Paul De Roover will be playing his one of a kind, self proclaimed “Post-Pop with traces of Rock, Electronica and A Capella” genre show at the Black Pirates Pub (located at 215 Red River St.) on Friday, December 3rd 2010 and this is one I am sure you won’t want to miss.

The doors open at 9 p.m. and at only 7 dollars a ticket, not even the price to see a movie, come out and watch what is sure to be an incredible show by not only the very talented, local musician Jean-Paul De Roover but other great featured performers that will be listed. It is sure to be a great show and it is only one night so you won’t want to miss it!

Jean-Paul’s  C.D. can be bought at www.jeanpaulderoover.com/store

Welcome Home Show & EP Fundraiser
Friday December 3rd, 2010
Black Pirates Pub (215 Red River Rd)
Featuring performances by (first to last):

Nick Sherman – Folk-    www.myspace.com/nickjsherman
City Sirens -Rock/Pop- www.myspace.com/citysirens (From Hamilton, Ont)
Jean-­Paul De Roover -Post-­Pop/Rock/A Capella  www.myspace.com/jeanpaulderoover
Concepts Dance  www.youtube.com/conceptsmusic

This show is only open to those that are 19 years of age or older and the doors open at 9 p.m. Tickets will be sold at the door for $7.00 each.

Kelty Stapleton

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