Doucet, Roger, 1919-1981

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Doucet, Roger, 1919-1981

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1919-1981

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Roger Doucet was a Canadian tenor, well- known for his inspiring bilingual rendition of the Canadian national anthem during local professional sports games in the 1970s, including those of the Montreal Canadiens, the Montreal Alouettes, and the Montreal Expos. Doucet also performed frequently in cabarets and on radio.

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