CONCERTS AND EVENTS PROGRAMM
In collaboration with the Club Europe, from England (Rochdale-Manchester) we host this big band of 45 elements. That See the Special features of the majority of your workforce consists of promising young musicians, From 16 to 22 years, positioned next to SOME proven Professionals.
Papa Don McMinn is a Memphis Music legend.
He was instrumental in the rebirth of the Home of the Blues: Beale Street in Memphis Tennessee. During the mid-1980s, Papa Don’s band had the “house gig” at Rum Boogie on the corner of Beale and Highway 61. Everyone who was anyone was there, and when the big names came to town to record or perform, there was only one place to go – to see Papa Don McMinn and his Rum Boogie band.
Twenty five years later, Papa Don is still creating and perpetuating his special brand of Southern Music, a concoction of Delta and Boogie Blues. Papa Don’s current band, Nightrain, is anchored by his sons, Doug on drums and Rome on bass.
Don has performed all across the planet, and he’s worked and recorded with the likes of Memphis Slim, John Mayall, Bobby “Blue” Bland, and Albert King, among others. Some of the notables who’ve made cameo appearances with Papa Don’s band are Joe Walsh, Gregg Allman, Rufus Thomas, Jon Bonjovi, Billy F Gibbons, and Eddie Floyd.
Gigi Cifarelli emerged onto the Italian jazz scene in the early 80s, from a background of mostly rock and blues. He went on to play with the best Italian jazz musicians, his technique and wide harmonic knowledge winning him many fans along the way. He took Wes Montgomery (to whom one of the songs on his album “Kitchen Blues” is dedicated), Charlie Parker and George Benson as his role models. Gigi’s compositions take the listener on a journey through his varied musical experiences, but one musical genre always stands out: blues.
A unique and always different. Not a pure and simple repetition, but a starting point for something indefinable somewhere between improvisation and energy of rock. Not to be missed…
Bob Brozman is a guitarist like no other: an established and prolific recording artist, performer, producer, and author, Bob is a non-stop world traveler and tireless researcher in ethnomusicology. His work with musicians from around the world in the past several years has marked him as not only a virtuoso musician and slide guitarist, but also as a pioneer in finding a common thread among global musical cultures.
Another great event! This trio of stars is a project of Lello Pareti. Antonello Salis and Stefano Cantini complement each other, being able to continually make a perfect interchange of parts: when one dramatizes the rhythmic point of view the scene with quick improvisations, the other takes care of keeping alive the melody, and vice versa. Again list the collaborations of the long career of the three musicians, there is redundant.
Formed in 1997,Sukarma is Nepal’s most sought-after folk-classical outfit comprised of three talented instrumentalists. In the words of Professor Abhi Subedi “the musicians of Sukarma are the walking museum.” The commonality among the instrumentalists of this musical group is that they belong to the illustrious gharana (home) of music who have been playing for generations. Sukarma, as the word refers to as “good deeds” upholds a two-fold philosophy. Firstly, the musicians devote themselves to the music by celebrating it as a symbol of their Sukarma. And secondly, they endeavour to instill the classical music in the young generations.
Jono Manson is a big american “roots rocker” and producer.
Manson’s knack of delivering simple pop pleasures via a troubadour’s insight, is a rare treat in today’s crowded music environment. (Glide Magazine 9/13/16)