Blues

Blues

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Blues
  • CHICAGO BLUES: A Living History

    The rise of the Chicago Blues was due mainly to the rural exodus, during the Great Depression, of black and poor workers from the southern United States to the industrialized cities of the north, Chicago in particular, during the first half of the United States. Twentieth century. At the beginnin...

  • SOUTHERN AVENUE the Blues band from Memphis

    “The most talked-about band in Memphis”, in just a few years the group Southern Avenue has created a solid reputation thanks to their eponymous album released in 2017 which represents a real breath of fresh air with gospel, blues and soul influences, as much by the critics as by the fans of this ...

  • American Blues singer JAKE LA BOTZ

    Actor and singer-guitarist, Jake La Botz is one of those strolling American strollers with an unusual intensity, in the lineage of Tom Waits or Willy DeVille. He tells us dark stories about roots rock tinged with blues and folk that reflects his time performing in streets and bars.

    Jake La Botz ...

  • Haitian Blues of MÉLISSA LAVEAUX

    Mélissa Laveaux at the Terre de Blues Festival in Marie-Galante.

    Born in Ottawa to Haitian immigrant parents, Mélissa Laveaux is a singer-songwriter on the emerging international scene. She composes and sings in three languages: English, French and Haitian Creole. His music is tinged with Haiti...

  • The Afro-American APPALACHES BLUES

    The Blues from the mountains.

    The Appalachian Mountains are only now beginning to be recognized as one of the primary incubators of African-American music, especially the blues tradition.

    Appalachian blues comes in a variety of styles - vaudeville blues, piano blues and boogie, string-band da...

  • CHARLES WALKER and the DYNAMITES

    Originally from the legendary Nashville, Tennessee, Charles “Wigg” Walker is one of the soul veterans who actively participated in the birth of the funk movement of the 1960s and 1970s, recording sumptuous titles for labels like Decca or Chess.

    After long years of absence, he was noticed in 200...

  • The Malian Diva OUMOU SANGARÉ

    Oumou Sangaré in concert at the Terre de Blues Festival in Marie-Galante. She is one of the greatest African singers. Recently nominated for the Victoires de la Musique, her records are among the most decisive of the genre. She leads a career as an entrepreneur and her artistic career. A humble w...

  • MARCUS MALONE the Magnificent Blues

    Malone was born in Memphis, Tennessee. The band Santana - originally known as the Santana Blues Band - was formed in 1966 in San Francisco with Malone as a percussionist specializing in Latin instruments. Guitarist Carlos Santana and bassist David Brown credited Malone with inspiring the band's e...

  • Caribbean Singer JOCELYNE BÉROARD

    Jocelyne Béroard in concert at Marie-Galante. Caribbean singer who needs no introduction, she is the singer of the group Kassav which celebrates its 40th anniversary in 2019. For more than 35 years, without giving up her solo career, she has enchanted millions of spectators around the world . She...

  • Jennifer "HAWA" Zonou

    Born to a French mother and a Burkinabe/Senegalese father, Jennifer "Hawa" Zonou has been immersed in the world of Afro-American music since a very young age.

    As she approached her 20th birthday, she revealed herself to be a real talent as a singer and quite naturally began her musical journey ...

  • Rohane Arnal & Michel Ghuzel "Beauty & the Beast"

    From Mills Brothers to ACDC riffs, this percussive duo makes you rediscover a repertoire specially arranged for the stage with their 2 voices and their 6 instruments: Guitar, Double bass, Ukulele, Mandolin, Percussions and Harmonica.

  • TAMBOURS D'OUTRE-MER from the Caribbean Sea

    From one continent to another, the drum is the harbinger, the bearer of messages. He brings together and trains. He knows how to speak the language of humans and that of spirits. It makes bodies dance, sometimes to the point of trance. The heartbeat of the community matches its unifying and stimu...

  • The Japanese KINTSUGI Singers

    Kintsugi is a Japanese art which aims to sublimate, by means of a lacquer sprinkled with gold, the repair of a broken object. The traces of this repair then become harmonious witnesses of a past and of the object's history, thus marking its entry into a new cycle, its rebirth into the world. Kint...

  • MARCUS MALONE the Magnificent Blues

    Malone was born in Memphis, Tennessee. The band Santana - originally known as the Santana Blues Band - was formed in 1966 in San Francisco with Malone as a percussionist specializing in Latin instruments. Guitarist Carlos Santana and bassist David Brown credited Malone with inspiring the band's e...

  • Le grand répertoire SUZY & KHO

    Suzy & Kho are a French jazz duo who perform blues and swing songs. They have a show called Etoiles du Blues, they also play live at various venues, such as the Etoile Royale in Paris. Etoiles du Blues is also the name of a series of concerts and videos featuring different blues artists, such as ...

  • HUGH COLTMAN British Blues

    Drums that dance like in one of New Orleans' legendary burials, soulful brass, guitars mixing all blues and all folk ... the British Hugh Coltman has offered himself a sublime setting for eleven songs in which he makes hear his warm voice of road of feelings and great connoisseur of human emotion...

  • BOKANTÉ West African Blues

    An experiment devised by Snarky Puppy founder and GroundUP Music creator Michael League (who traded his bass for a baritone guitar in this band) whose creation process has been anything but conventional. The music and some melodies were written by Michael League, tested during the tour with other...