Pas de Merde favorite Rosemary Standley performs with her band Moriarty in 2011
Despite the closure of theaters, Francis Cabrel takes the stage of the Maison de la Radio in Paris to offer us an unprecedented France Bleu Live. A salutary moment, in music and poetry, to experience on France Bleu.
Malgré la fermeture des salles de spectacle, Francis Cabrel monte sur la scène de la Maison de la Radio à Paris pour nous offrir un France Bleu Live inédit. Un moment salutaire, en musique et en poésie, à vivre sur France Bleu.
Awarded at the Victoire de la musique this year, the young singer Pomme takes over La Cartonnerie for an intimate session!Between Paris and Montreal, the 24-year-old author, composer and performer unveils pop-folk music in a melancholy atmosphere.
Discovered three years ago with her album ” À propos”, her project comes to life on stage when she meets her audience during a tour of over 300 concerts. Back in 2019 with her new album “Les failles” then during her reissue entitled “Les Failles Cachées” in February 2020, the singer takes us into her sensitive and refined universe. Behind his guitar, Pomme recounts his doubts and his wounds using writing as real therapy.
At La Cartonnerie in Paris, Pomme performs the songs “La lumière”, “Les cours d’eau” and “Soleil soleil” live!
Watch the concert at: Apple in live session at La Cartonnerie – streaming video | France tv
Birds on a Wire is the project of singer Rosemary Standley (voice of Moriarty) and cellist Dom La Nena. The two artists weave an entire universe built around song and emotion. A symbiosis that allows them to take back, in their own way, musical monuments ranging from Pink Floyd to Gabriel Fauré. David Walters’
heart swings between Paris and the West Indies, just like his music. Thus, the artist draws his inspiration as much from the side of Creole and African cultures as from that of electronic music. By drawing the thread of his origins, David Walters invites us to discover sunny compositions full of groove. The Bab L’Bluz group
launches bridges between Morocco and France, blues and music from North Africa. Infused with Gnawa culture, the band uses traditional instruments to make their swaying and electric songs thunder. The whole is psychedelic at will and makes you want to undulate.