Debbie Lynch-White’s playlist

Actor Debbie Lynch-White, famous for her part in the Quebecois TV series Unité 9 and for her leading role in the acclaimed biopic La Bolduc, is touring the province of Quebec with her first official concert series Elle Etait Une Fois (She Was Once Upon a Time).

Accompanied by a band, Debbie is taking the stage and covering songs by trailblazing female artists.

“I chose songs by strong women who I deeply appreciate,” Debbie tells me backstage at one of her gigs.

“I picked songs by women from across the board from Adele to Edith Piaf. And not just random songs. My choices are very personal. I think my audience will get to know me a little better through these songs and the anecdotes I share.”

Something Debbie won’t be sharing with fans is an album.

“Oh no, forget about an album,” she laughs. “I’m no songwriter, I’ll leave that up to all these incredible women who I admire. And really, it’s not recording an album that interests me. What I’m attracted to is the magic of a live performance. Emotionally touching people, sharing the moment with them and feeding off the energy in the room, that is something special. The exchange an artist has with an audience is really amazing and I love the stage.”

Debbie made a playlist of her favorite songs from the set list of her current tour.

Une Sorcière Comme les Autres – Anne Sylvestre
“This is a big, important song about the female condition. A song about the evolution and the emancipation of women.”

Y’a les Mots – Francine Raymond
“I love how this song discusses the power of words. How words can be soft and tender, but also harsh and hurtful.”

Dear Mr. President – P!nk
“‘Dear Mr. President’ is a timeless gem and very relevant with our Dear. Mr. President Trump. This song makes me think about how important it is to take the time to discuss all the injustices going on and bring awareness to the things that are broken in our society.”

Noel Partout – Safia Nolin
“This song beautifully describes the nostalgia that sets in during the Christmas season. The joy and the sadness that can come from that time of year.”

Wannabe – Spice Girls
“Girl power. Just girl power.”

See Debbie’s tour dates below. Follow the star on Instagram and Facebook for news.

April 05 – Saguenay – Théâtre Banque Nationale
April 13 – Montmagny – Salle Edwin-Bélanger
April 23 – Québec – Salle Albert-Rousseau
April 25 – Trois-Rivières – Salle J.-Antonio-Thompson
April 26 – Lorraine – Centre Culturel Laurent G. Belley
October 5 – Shawinigan – Centre des Arts de Shawinigan

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