Le Diable à Cinq
Le Diable à Cinq is a powerful traditional music group composed of five multi-instrumentalists and singers from the province of Quebec in Canada, whose mission is to revive the festive evenings they grew up with.
The Diable à Cinq is also a family story featuring three brothers – Éloi Gagnon-Sabourin (keyboard, voice), Samuel Sabourin (banjo, mandolin, fiddle, voice), Félix Sabourin (accordion, feet-stomping, voice) – a cousin – André-Michel Dambremont (guitar, bass, voice) – and a friend – Rémi Pagé (violon, mandolin, feet-stomping, voice) – who share the stage with remarkable complicity. With their explosive stage presence, the five devils ignite the night with energetic, warm, and truly unifying music.
Since its formation, the group has performed nearly 150 concerts across Canada, the United States, and Europe. With their latest album Tempête, the five devils show us what they do best: throw a great party, of course, but above all, bring people together.