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Gino Vannelli at Casino du Lac-Leamy for One Night Only!

Gino Vannelli at Casino du Lac-Leamy for One Night Only!

The year is 1978. It’s the year Grease hit the big screen—a year of big hair, disco dancing and great music. It was also the year “I Just Wanna Stop” by Gino Vannelli topped the charts, hitting no. 1 in Canada (and no. 4 in the US). The track’s album, Brother to Brother, reached the Top 10 spot on the Billboard Top 100 that fall and would go platinum in ‘79.

Throughout the 1970s and ‘80s, this Canadian sensation became a household name and a standout talent in the music industry, receiving four Grammy nominations and 7 Juno wins for his work.

Now it’s time to put on your dancing shoes and get ready for a trip down memory lane because Vannelli is back and coming to Casino du Lac-Leamy for one night only!

Don’t miss your chance to see Vannelli perform some of those greatest hits you know and love on Nov. 8. It’s going to be a busy night, and Vannelli will be performing along with seven other talented artists.

Get pumped for the big performance and listen to “I Just Wanna Stop” here!

This is by no means Vannelli’s only hit song. You might also remember “People Gotta Move,” “Living Inside Myself,” “The Wheels Of Life” and “Black Cars”—all of which you can still hear on the radio today. Vannelli released six albums between 1974 and 1978. His first album, Crazy Life came out in 1973. Five of those six albums reached the Billboard Top 100.

Born and raised in Montreal, Vannelli grew up in a family of music lovers. He developed a love for jazz, classical and pop music.

Tickets for Vannelli’s performance go on sale August 1!

Click here to buy your tickets online. Tickets can also be purchased in person at Le Theâtre du Casino de Lac-Leamy’s box office.

To learn more about Gino Vannelli, visit his website at ginov.com.

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