<p>Lyricist, composer and director, Nelson Minville is part of the landscape of the song since 1989 when he was Winner of the Festival en Chanson of Petite-Vallée and won the prize of La Presse and best song of the International Festival Chanson de Granby. Thereafter, the artist publishes three albums: "First nights" in 1990 (which receives three disk ADISQ nominations including the revelation of the year), "For what happens next" in 1992 and "Center city ​​"in 1998 (two ADISQ nominations). This is what the first album from the inevitable success "The arms of Satan", a title given to its author the recognition of a large audience and remains, to date, his biggest success.</p>

<p>Nelson Minville also devoted himself to writing music for theater and dramatic writing for radio. It is also designer shows and director, lyricist and composer for different artists Luce Dufault, Roch Voisine, Brigitte Boisjoli, Renée Martel, Laurence Jalbert, Marc Dupré, Mario Pelchat, Marc Hervieux, Jean-François Breau and Marie-Ève January Paule Andrée Cassidy, Yves Savard, Marie-Pier Perreault, Wilfred Le Bouthillier, Marc-André Fortin, BB, Lynn Jodoin, Martine St. Clair, Isabelle Roy, Dominica Merola and Pierre Robichaud (1755).</p>

<p>This degree in literature from the Université Laval was also artistic director and director of the International Festival of Granby Song from 1997 to 2000 and ChantEauFête Charlevoix from 2002 to 2006. In November 2007, he deserved to title lyricist, an award SOCAN (Society of Authors, Composers and Publishers of Canada) for his collaboration in writing the popular hit "close of happiness" (Dupré-Dion) whose music is by Celine Dion. Nelson also worked for over 10 years in various training experiences to young authors, composers and performers from across Canada. Since summer 2001, he was the team of trainers and craftsmen Village Festival in Petite-Vallée song.</p>

Available songs

Songs (clic for a preview) Can be found on these DVDs
  Les bras de Satan Grands Succès Francophones Vol. #43