LES DALES HAWERCHUK
Les Dales Hawerchuk are an alternative rock band from the town of Roberval in the Lac Saint-Jean region of Quebec.Their name is a reference to former NHL hockey player Dale Hawerchuk, whose hockey card lead singer Sylvain Séguin found in his car in 2001, shortly after being told that his band would need a name in order to perform at a local music festival. Hawerchuk subsequently gave them permission to use his name on the condition that they "stay out of jail".
The band's other members are Sébastien Séguin (singer, guitarist, Sylvain Séguin's brother), Pierre Fortin (drummer), and Charles Perron (bassist, replacing Martin Bergeron). Their first three albums were produced by Olivier Langevin of Galaxie, while Pierre Fortin produced the fourth.