Alex gives a detailed description of the saxophone and all its different parts. Did you know that, despite its association with jazz music, the saxophone was actually invented in the 1840s for use in military bands?
From dreams to reality, putting forth “a little bit of energy each day,” Annie Chartrand, a vocalist who debuted singing behind her bathroom door, burst onto the music scene in 2006. Here is an interview with the singer of Ma blonde est une chanteuse [My Girlfriend Is a Singer]—a group which is actually part of a love story…
Mellow musician Bertrand Pierre sets the poignant poetry of French grand écrivain Victor Hugo to slow and soulful musical compositions. A man of many talents, Bertrand Pierre is also quite a performer live and acoustically.
The French singer Bertrand Boulbar takes Las Vegas in this music video for his song “De paquebots en épaves” (From Liners to Wrecks). His smoky, deep voice is reminiscent of one of France’s most iconic singers, Serge Gainsbourg.
Bertrand Boulbar has been spending a lot of time in his car lately, traveling across the United States. In “Motor Hotel,” he gives us some impressions of the highway: gas stations, truckers, power lines, bad coffee….