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Ayo live at Jazz A Vienne

Ayo is a warrior. It’s difficult to believe when you see her disarming smile and her long, slender silhouette armed with no more than a guitar. After selling a million and a half disks in 40 countries, Ayo teamed up once again in 2013 with Jay Newland, producer of her first opus. In New York they recorded the album Ticket to the World, which included the incendiary “Fire”, which she performs at the Théâtre Antique as a medley, slipping in versions of pieces by Bob Marley. The German singer with Nigerian and gypsy roots blends naturalness with elegance and at the Antique theater she unveils a repertoire that is more soul and jazzy than ever. Like the best of...

Greg Zlap - Air - Live at Jazz a Vienne

Grzegorz Szlapczynski, alias Greg Zlap, is a Franco-Polish harmonica player and singer originating from Warsaw. Szlapczynski arrived in Paris at the end of the 1980s with his little harmonica in his bags. He joined his first bands and discovered the clubs of Paris while still a student at Jussieu. Gifted and charismatic, Zlap quickly found the opportunity to hone his talent on the harmonica alongside those of Jacques Milteau (pure chance) and Olivier Ker Ourio. Greg became a sought-after session musician. In the studio or on stage, we saw behind Johnny Hallyday and in television studios with Francis Cabrel, Maxime Le Forestier and Charles Aznavour. An open...

Hypnotic Brass Ensemble - Live at Jazz in Vienne

Musicians: Smuv, Baji, Yoshi (trumpet) Hudah (trumpet, vocals) Clef, Cid (trombone) Rocco (tuba, vocals) Drow (drums) Although still unknown in France, Hypnotic Brass Ensemble is already enjoying success on the international stage. With its radically modernised second-line inspiration hip-hop, funk, r&b and soul, this combo from Illinois has been gradually (since 1999) establishing itself as the best mini brass band of the moment. In any case, it is certainly the most groovy, the most inspired and the most spectacular on stage. From the suburbs of south Chicago to stages all around the world, with their attention-grabbing collaborations with Mos...

Moutin Factory Quintet - Live at Jazz in Vienne

Musicians: François Moutin – double bass, composition Louis Moutin - drums, composition Thomas Enhco – piano Emmanuel Codjia – guitar Christophe Monniot - alto saxophone Programme: For their sixth opus, Lucky People, the twins of the jazz world have adopted two new young ones and changed their sound. François and Louis Moutin have taken on young bloods from the European jazz scene to bring a fresh impulse to the project that was defined some 12 years ago with their celebrated Moutin Reunion Quartet. The incisive and poetic playing of junior pianist Thomas Enhco, the lyricism of the six-string electrics from Manu Codjia and the touch of melodic...

Daniel Humair Quartet - Live at Jazz in Vienne

Musicians: Daniel Humair (drums) Emile Parisien (saxophone) Vincent Peirani (accordion) Jérome Regard (double bass) Programme: With Sweet & Sour, drummer Daniel Humair’s new quartet place itself in the front line of music publishing. In order to stay tuned to a constant freshness, the man who over more than five decades has collaborated with the greats now surrounds himself with young guns. In 2011 he came together with Laborie Jazz, a label that enabled him to produce Sweet and Sour. The stage performance transcends even this album, as young as springtime. On the accordion Vincent Peirani marks himself out as the future of the instrument, quick...