David Jalbert

David Jalbert, born May 5, 1980, is a Canadian songwriter from Montreal.   In 2004, Jalbert entered the regional MusiQualité competition (then called the Mascoushow). He emerged as the big winner by winning the Audience Prize and the Jury Prize1. That same year, David was one of the 9 finalists in the My First Place des Arts competition. His debut album Stories was released on April 15, 2008; the first single was Les fantômes. On July 26, 2008 while at the Francos de Montréal, David Jalbert performed on the L'espace Ford stage in the Ford Focus Revelations category.   The second album titled Le Journal was released on May 4, 2010; the first single was Voyage. For the first time in his career, David finds himself nominated at the 2011 ADISQ gala in the Contemporary folk album category for Le journal.   On March 27, 2020 he released his sixth album titled "The middle finger" which garners the best reviews of his career. In the fall of 2020, he released as a producer 2 radio songs for Laurence Doire and William Deslauriers, respectively. Each are preparing their EP for 2021.In December, he offers us a cover of December 23 with a Punk rock flavor with his new project 3 Balles, 2 Prises, in a duet with the singer of Lendemain de Veille, Marc-André Rioux. In January 2021, the first EP of 3 Balles, 2 Prises was born, featuring 5 original tracks, including Arthur who quickly rose to the top of the radio playlists.