Le Buis – 20 AOUT

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Heure: 19h
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En 2009, le chanteur des Madcaps Frédéric Pellerin quitte momentanément la formation pour une échappée inspirée sous l’alias THEY CALL ME RICO. Ce projet solo le ramène à ses premières amours : le folk et le blues. Après trois albums chaudement salués, l’éponyme They Call Me Rico, This Kind of Life et Raw & Sweaty : Live in France, avec plus de 150 spectacles en France seulement — notamment devant cinq milliers de festivaliers dans le magistral théâtre antique de Vienne (Isère) ! —, RICO présente un nouveau disque studio : THIS TIME. En magasins le 1er avril 2016.

Avec les chansons de ses précédents albums, Frédéric Pellerin alias THEY CALL ME RICO a roulé sa bosse ici comme outre-mer. Il s’est produit plus de 350 fois au Canada et en Europe, tenant l’affiche lors de nombreux événements majeurs comme le Festival international de jazz de Montréal, le Cognac Blues Passion ou Jazz à Vienne en France. Il a aussi fait un saut aux États-Unis, à l’International Blues Challenge à Memphis, en janvier dernier.

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The songs of The Mojo Makers are all original, combining the sound and the inspiration from the old blues masters, mixed with a flavor of 70’s soul and R&B sound. Mojo Makers push the boundaries for the genre but never so far away that you cant dance and party to the music.




New album “Ain’t Bad Yet” produced by John Porter

Ain´t Bad Yet is the sixth album by the Finnish Blues Award-winning (for “Best Band”) blues-rock group Micke Bjorklof (pronounced Be-York-Loaf) & Blue Strip. The new album was produced by John Porter, legendary for his productions of Buddy Guy, B.B. King, Taj Mahal, Keb’ Mo’, Santana, and no less than 10 Grammy-winning albums. Last October the band traveled to Rockfield Studios in Wales, which has played host to many of the world’s biggest artists from Black Sabbath to Rush and Oasis, and which in 1975 was the primary studio Queen used for the recording of “Bohemian Rhapsody.” “We’re really excited about the new material and about this collaboration with John Porter,” Micke Bjorklof says. “We’d been talking about doing a project together for a couple of years, and I´m glad we finally could make this happen.”
Micke is talking about the new album and his blues path in this interview by Bluesfeeling.com webzine



Mojo Man


It was May 2014 when Dutch band Mojo Man played their first show. Five songs for a regional radio and TV station. A little more than a year later they recorded their selftitled debut album Mojo Man featuring nine stomping tracks.

If you know your classic blues, rock and soul ABC’s, this is going to sound awfully familiar. Jimi Hendrix, Otis Redding and Rolling stones are unmistakeable influences and singer/guitarist and main songwriter of the band Marcel Duprix is the first to acknowledge that.