Florent Vollant Conjointe In 2022
Florent Vollant's conjointe has piqued everyone's curiosity because he seldom speaks publicly about his personal life. The 62 years of Canadian singer apparently appears to be single.
There are hardly ever reports or rumors of his romantic relationship with anybody else. The singer was focused on his work and contributions to the music industry, for which he received multiple honors.
🎶Tshinanu de Kashtin🎵 avec Florent Vollant, Laura Niquay, Scott-Pien Picard et Richard Séguin au Spectacle de la #FeteNationaleDuQuebec— Steeve Petiquay (@SteeveQC) June 24, 2022
Je pense que c'est la première fois qu'on voit autant d'artistes #autochtones pendant le spectacle de la St-Jean-Baptiste... Bravo! 💪😎 pic.twitter.com/AgG520ZUkg
Vollant was named Compagnon des arts et des Lettres du Québec in May 2017, an honor bestowed by the CALQ. At the Teweikan Gala the following fall, he was also named "Best Artist" and "Best Album" for Puamuna.
In addition, he was awarded the coveted Gold Medal of the Lieutenant Governor of Quebec in June after winning the European Jury Prize SODEC-Bourse Rideau in February 2018.
He has released numerous albums and served as an executive producer of several documentary films. His popular songs include Miam Maikan, Innu Uass, Innu Nikamu, Mes blues passent pu dans porte, Nitshiuenan, and Apu Shapentaman.
Nipaiamianan, his Innu-language Christmas CD, received an apostolic blessing from Pope John Paul II as well as the Juno Award for Aboriginal Recording of the Year in 2001.
In 2020, he was an executive producer on Kim O'Bomsawin's documentary film Call Me Human, about Innu poet Joséphine Bacon.
He also mentors Nikamu Mamuitun, a group of young First Nations artists that includes Marcie Michaud-Gagnon, Jolle St-Pierre, Kanen, Chloé Lacasse, Scott-Pien Picard, Matiu, Cédrik St-Onge, and Ivan Boivin.