We will be present at Womex 2021 which will take place in the city of Porto (Portugal). This will be an opportunity for us to meet professionals from the international scene and present our new shows ! #worldmusic
We are fortunate to have the famous oudist Mohamed Abozekry as a guest. He will participate in our new album and project entitled "Transhumance" which we will present at the Artymès cultural center in Mesquer on January 29, 2022 (FR).
We are entering the studio to record our new album which will be released at the end of the year! We find Javier Estrella on percussions and Mohamed Abozekry on Oud. Very happy to find the Studio Oriance with its manager Cédric Baud.
We are so proud to announce the release of our new EP entitled "Transhumance" which will formalize the start of a new show that we will present very soon on stage! The album is available on itune since February 2020! We will have the chance to introduce our international guests : the great Minino Garay on percussions and the amazing oud player Hussam Aliwat.
After having marked the spirits by a beautiful tour in Scotland in May 2019, we return to the international fair The Celtic Connection to present our brand new show as well as our guests on stage! We will be there with our producer and label VLAD ProductionsThe Celtic Connection
We will be present at the BIS in Nantes on January 22 and 23, 2020 surrounded by our team: VLAD Productions for Productions and publishing as well as LA SAUCE BALKANIQUE for Booking. Do not hesitate to come and meet us to discover our news and listen to a preview of our latest EP!BIS 2020
|27||Janvier||Centre culturel L'Odyssée||Dol de Bretagne 35|
|11||Mars||Centre culturel La Scène||La Seine 51|
|18||Mars||Festival Printemps des Bretelles||Illkirch-Graffenstaden 67|
|21||Avril||Le Coota||Erdeven 56|
|18||Août||Jazz à Touques||Touques 14|
|19||Août||Concert privé||Saint-Martin-de-Bonfossé 50|
|4||Novembre||Centre culturel||Saint joachim 44|
12 sparkling years on stage and 600 concerts through the hexagon have turned this French quatuor into quite a solid group of Jazz explorers. Beneath their skilled fingers, the double bass and the wild rythmic guitar sway to the tuning fork, while the bass clarinett melody meets the soaring of an accordion enjoying a free ride. Looking tirelessly at the four cardinal points for the best accoustic energies, "Les Fils Canouche" express their swinging mood through unleashed tangos, 5 quarter-time waltz or even gipsy rumbas. As fiercy disciples of a modern Django or a resurected Piazzolla, they blur the boundaries of time and music to provide you with a pure moment of gipsy swing.
The Band has played more than 600 concerts in Europe (including first parts : "Thomas Dutronc", "Les doigts de l'Homme", "Samarabalouf"), and numerous festivals ("Shetlandfolk Festival", "Buskers Bern", Le Chainon Manquant", "Jazz à Vienne", "Django à Liberchies" ...).Watch the teaser