All News

All News2022-10-19T12:41:07+00:00

Concerts 2022

With Chico Antonio & Julio Mariquel

With Sean Condron, Stéphane Doucerain, Joe Armstrong & Matt de Harp

With Sean Condron, Stéphane Doucerain, Joe Armstrong & Matt de Harp

With Sean Condron & Stéphane Doucerain

With Sean Condron & Stéphane Doucerain + with Christophe Borca & Grégor Heuzé

With Sean Condron & Stéphane Doucerain

With Sean Condron & Ronald Oor

With Sean Condron, Kori Nwar, Oumaru Adamu & John Sofa Koley

With Sean Condron, Kori Nwar, Oumaru Adamu & John Sofa Koley

With Joe Armstrong & Stéphane Doucerain

With Robert Wildhack & Stephane Doucerain

With Robert Wildhack & Stéphane Doucerain

With Robert Wildhack Banger Byrne & Stéphane Doucerain

With Robert Wildhack & Banger Byrne

With Stéphane Doucerain, Joe Armstrong & Sean Condron

With Impure Thoughts & Strip me Naked

Instagram posts

Instagram page
This error message is only visible to WordPress admins
There has been a problem with your Instagram Feed.
Instagram page

Facebook posts

Facebook page
Comments Box SVG iconsUsed for the like, share, comment, and reaction icons
Looking ahead to WOMEX 2023!
After #WOMEX is before #womex...
#handmademusic #acousticmusic #portsofcallmusic

Looking ahead to WOMEX 2023!
After #WOMEX is before #WOMEX...
#handmademusic #acousticmusic #portsofcallmusicIt's 2023, and we cannot wait to get started: Heads up for #WOMEX23 Call for Proposals opening on 01 February 2023. Once again, we look forward to inviting you to shape the programme for WOMEX 23 taking place in A Coruña, Galicia, Spain, by sharing your music, creative ideas, films, topics, and more! Our call for proposals addresses all musicians, filmmakers and music professionals from across the globe. We will be sharing detailed information soon.

Don't forget to mark your calendars, it's time to get into action!

Photo: Djazia Satour at WOMEX 22 by Jacob Crawfurd Media - Film & Photography
#WOMEX #worldwide #music #expo #conferences #networking #globalmusic #clubmusic #showcases #musicexperts #musicindustry #professionals #experts #worldmusic #international Nordesía Produccións
... See MoreSee Less

Video image

RIP Jeff Beck. Rod Stewart: "one of the few guitarists that when playing live would actually listen to me sing and respond", Mick Jagger: "With the death of Jeff Beck we have lost a wonderful man and one of the greatest guitar players in the world". Johnny Marr: "a pioneer and one of the all time greats".
#ripjeffbeck #legend
... See MoreSee Less

Comment on Facebook

The best of an already very gifted generation. Beck’s playing wasn’t flashy yet precise in a way that made him inimitable. Comparable only - if we look at the musicians that emerged from the 60s London- to the musicianship of ginger baker. He kept refining and reinventing his playing until the very end, never relying on greatest hits. His use of common techniques like his use of the whammy bar or finger tapping didn’t aim t be flashy but deepen the intensity of tone and phrasing. His phrasing compared to that of a classical singer. He preferred the tone of his thumb in addition to controlling the pots with his pinky to the ability of playing fast. How many guitar players dare to never overplay yet are incredibly precise and intense in everything they do? He stands(rests?) next to Django, Hendrix and Julian Bream.

I disagree with Rod and Mick - he wasn't one of the greatest - he was THE greatest and most innovative rock'n'roll player bar none. No one took electric guitar where he took it - peerless and a great loss.

Facebook page
Go to Top