Band promoting new album at 39 Days

the Madeline Tasquin Trading Company, are in Duncan on July 25 to spread the word about her forthcoming full-length release.

San Francisco/Bay Area band, the Madeline Tasquin Trading Company, are in Duncan on July 25 to spread the word about her forthcoming full-length release set to come out later this year. To go along with the tour, Tasquin has released the first peek at her new album — a track called Free Love — and posted instructions on her website on July 1 for a collaborative music video project inviting footage contributions from her fans throughout the summer.

Singing in both English and French, Tasquin weaves nimbly from folk to soul, to pop ballads.

She was raised in Quesnel, by an opera singer mother and a gold-miner father, and began playing the piano as soon as she could reach the keys and also loved to sing on long car trips.

Over the years, Tasquin has honed her performance skills as the front-woman of a band in Oakland, CA.

She began her solo career in 2011 and released her debut EP and formed her current band.

She’ll be performing at Charles Hoey Park at the 39 Days of July at 7 p.m., July 25 and will, later that night, be performing at the Duncan Garage Showroom.

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