Norman Bedard

Norman Bedard

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Norman Joseph Bédard (born July 30, 1962), also known by the former stage names Norman Iceberg and Norman Joseph, is a Canadian singer-songwriter.

Early years: Performing as Norman Iceberg

A graphic artist turned performance artist, Norman Bedard emerged from the Montreal underground music scene in the early-80s under the name Norman Iceberg.Lafontaine, Yves (November 17, 2010). "Norman Bédard est vital" ( Fugues MagazineCackett, Alan (January 2011). “Short Cuts”. CD Reviews. Maverick Magazine. Issue 102. p. 90 One of a handful of gender-bending new wave artists to come out following the success of artists like Duran Duran, Boy George, and Gary Numan, Bedard was recruited by music producer Tony Green, responsible for France Joli’s 1979 disco hit Come To Me.

Norman Bedard's experimental, minimal electro sound was therefore remodeled to cater to the dance club scene as evident on his debut, Be My Human Tonight (RCA). Person, released in 1987, was a conceptual collection of synthpop songs reflecting a young man’s own vision of life, and featuring keyboardists such as Lenny Pinkas (Men Without Hats), Mario Spezza (Rational Youth) and Mic Lussier. The cover photograph of him posing...
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