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La Caravane Passe at la Fête de L'Humanité

Posted September 12, 2016

The French, internationally much appreciated band La Caravane Passe celebrated their music and their fans at a concert last night at the Paris “Fête de l’Humanité”. The enthusiasm of the big crould of this outdoor event was just amazing!


Marius Neset & London Sinfonietta et Itamar Borochow

Posted August 29, 2016

Two great artists represented here are part of the popular French music magazine “Les Inrocks” choice of THE 10 albums of the last part of the year Marius Neset & London Sinfonietta Snowmelt on the German ACT label, out just now: and Itamar Borochow, extraordinary trumpet player and composer, whose next album “Boomerang” will be out on the F... more


Gaelle Buswel won “Challenge France Blues" award

Posted August 29, 2016

Another great achievement for the blues/soul/rock lady, composer and singer Gaelle Buswel, based in France: last Friday, the group won the national award “Challenge France Blues”, which means that the band will be representing France at the European Blues Union Challenge in Denmark, in April 2017.


Jun Miyake arranges the National anthem of Japan

Posted August 26, 2016

Jun Miyake arranged the Japanese National Anthem performed during the closing ceremony of Rio 2016 Olympic Games. One of his original composition was also used as the Japanese flag faded out to thank all those who helped the country during the Tōhoku earthquake and tsunami.


OMAR SOSA'S 88 WELL-TUNED DRUMS

Posted August 11, 2016

OMAR SOSA’S 88 WELL-TUNED DRUMS is a documentary film on the life and music of Cuban-born pianist and composer Omar Sosa. The production is now complete and the director and his team now need money for graphic design, festival submissions, legal fees, marketing, and publicity. A crowdfunding campaign has been launched on Kickstarter to fin... more


La Caravane Passe tour

Posted July 29, 2016

The great French band La Caravane Passe, musically inspired by Eastern European, Gypsy and Spanish influences, which is enjoyed thoroughly by an international public, too, will be performing at two festivals in South Corea beginning of October: The world Music Festival in Seoul, followed by the Jarasum International Jazz festival (audience 200.0... more


Laurent Rochelle okidoki @Marciac

Posted July 21, 2016

Following the release last April of the album “Si tu regardes” ((Linoleum/L’autre distribution), Laurent Rochelle Okidoki Quartet will perform four concerts at the Jazz in Marciac Festival on August 9 and 10. more


Doro "Strong and Proud"

Posted July 21, 2016

Three decades of DORO, the German lady rock star named “The Queen of Metal”, are captured on three DVDs released by the label Nuclear Blast and arriving on the charts in many countries, including France, the UK, Scandinavia – now on release in the USA; including a two-hour documentary that delivers deep insights behind the scenes and insid... more


Sylvain Rifflet - Victoires du Jazz

Posted July 20, 2016

Victoires du Jazz (French annual Jazz Awards): Saxophonist/multi-instrumentalist and composer Sylvain Rifflet has just received one the three big awards of this important event for “Album of the Year”. His musically unclassifiable and fascinating “Mechanics” CD, released last autumn on Jazz Village/Harmonia Mundi, was awarded the No.... more


Neal Black et Larry Garner@All About Jazz

Posted June 20, 2016

After a brilliant and joyful concert at the Paris New Morning hall last week, the American blues greats Neal Black and Larry Garner have had more appreciation expressed fort their “Guilty Saints” CD in a review made in USA by All about Jazz more