The Original James Brown Band Feat. Chris Rob

  There was a time…   James Brown, The Godfather of Soul, introduced the world to a new language…the language of funk. James Brown’s sound transcended all barriers: music, race, religion, politics and cultures. The music of James Brown has endured throughout the decades through societal changes, music styles and personal struggles. His music is... Lire la suite →

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Les 10 Commandements / The 10 Commandments

Discover the brand new version of the 10 Commandments, the musical show of Elie Chouraqui and Pascal Obispo. The first performance of the 10 Commandments took place in the Palais des Sports of Paris, in october 2000. Within 3 years, the show had been performed 401 times and acclaimed by 2 million people. Over the... Lire la suite →

Janice deRosa

Janice deRosa, best known as "la Diva du Blues"- has been thrilling audiences the world over, headlining festivals with international Diva's such as Dee Dee Bridgewater & Césaria Evora. In 1998, Janice settled in Paris, and later, participated in a documentary produced by TV5 Monde, "Coup de Blues à Janice de Rosa", in which we... Lire la suite →


R&B. Klymaxx is an American all-female band created and named by drummer/singer Bernadette Cooper. Klymaxx's original members are Bernadette Cooper, Lorena Porter, Cheryl Cooley, Lynn Malsby, Robbin Grider and , Joyce Irby who was added later, after the band signed in 1981 with Dick Griffey, founder of Solar Records. Klymaxx collectively holds the distinction of... Lire la suite →

Jermaine Jackson

Born in 1954 Indiana, Jermaine Jackson grew up with eight brothers and sisters. He was surrounded by music from an early age and formed a band with four of his brothers in 1963. They rose to fame as the Jacksons 5. In 1972, Jermaine Jackson began a solo career. His range of musical styles veers... Lire la suite →

Ryoko Nuruki

Jazz Born in Makurazaki, Japan, Ryoko Nuruki started learning piano at 5 and discovered jazz at 10. She went to Italy to study classical music, and then to France to study contemporary jazz, while creating her own musical identity. Performing into several national stages, jazz clubs, and international festivals such as the Nice Jazz Festival,... Lire la suite →

Eddie Floyd

Blues/Soul Eddie Floyd is a singer and songwriter who who gained popularity in the 60's. Encouraged by his friend Al Bell, Eddie Floyd was signed on Stax Records in Memphis. He wrote songs for many of the stars on the label, including Carla Thomas, William Bell, and Otis Redding. Many of these recordings including the... Lire la suite →

Anderson/Ponty Band (APA)

Rock/Jazz Music icons Jon Anderson and Jean-Luc Ponty have combined their musical talents to form a new supergroup - The AndersonPonty Band! YES's original singer/songwriter for 35 years, Jon Anderson has had a successful solo career, which includes working with such notable artists as Vangelis, Kitaro, and Milton Nascimento. Internationally acclaimed and renowned violinist Jean-Luc... Lire la suite →

The City Boys Allstars

Blues No band anywhere sounds like the fun-but-serious City Boys Allstars, whose alluring combination of jazz, R&B, blues, soul, and rock elements seems at once classic and fresh. If they sometimes remind you of The Blues Brothers, there's a good reason for that: the City Boys Allstars horn section was created by members of the... Lire la suite →

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