Quebec AM | Jul 13, 2012 | 6:25

Montreal's Grimes talks touring and music scenes

An eclectic musician with an eccentric style tells us why Quebec City is one of her favourite places to play. Montreal's Grimes took to the stage at l'Imperial last night, and Quebec AM's Julia Caron had to chance to catch up with her.

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