31. July 2018

Pugsley Buzzard in Concert at Bovary – Friday, the 3rd of August at 8 pm

Piano player, singer -songwriter Pugsley Buzzard continues to delight audiences far and wide with his unique blend of heals all ills snakeoil musical elixir. Playing powerhouse stride, boogie and blues inflected funky piano and making ladies sigh and grown men cry with his mesmerizing voice. Pugsley can be found performing around the world in an array of musical venues from intimate shows in jazz clubs and bars to the concert stage at festivals. Solo, Duo Trio or with a ten piece line up Pugsley is guaranteed to deliver a mind blowing show.   Pugsley has held down residencies both in solo format and with his band in New Orleans, Melbourne, Sydney, Portugal and Luxembourg. And performed at Festivals in Australia, New Zealand, Europe and USA. He recorded his 2013 release Chasin’ Aces in New Orleans.   Quotes:” The opening bars promise a bourbon drenched musical trip to follow…Buzzard doesn’t disappoint, serving up a solid mix of New Orleans R & B…Chasin’ Aces is a well crafted, authentic body of work.” Al Hensley, Rhythms Magazine ” It hurt a lot but was totally worth getting hit by a car to meet Pugsley Buzzard- one of my favourite acts for the festival- just an absolute delight to watch. ” From Isolated Nation Face Book, Emma Bradstock. ” Pugsley Buzzard is probably the finest purveyor of hoodoo since Cab Calloway first conjured the ghost of Smokey Joe up from the depths and one of the most dangerously alluring blues singers since Howlin’ Wolf first rasped out Smokestack Lightning. Lachlan J Macdougall Faces the […]
10. July 2018

Concert Eyes of the Shadow – Friday, the 27th of July at 8.30 pm

Vocals, guitar and piano
10. July 2018

Voyage sonore avec Didac Ruiz Lazaro – Samedi, le 21 juillet 2018 à 20h30

“DiDAC Ruiz LAZARO Musicien percussionniste, producteur exécutif et artistique de ses disques, baroudeur, inspirateur de la vie et au service de la vie. Ses trois disques de World Music – Taking Tara [2004], Aigua n’tiji [2008] et Iniche [2016] , suivi d’une nouvelle [2018] en production sont issus des connaissances acquises lors de ses nombreux voyages à travers le monde. Sa polyvalence et le fait qu’il se soit inspiré d’autant de sources différentes l’ont amené à travailler avec des artistes internationaux de renom à travers le monde entier. Il collabore avec ceux qui furent les pionniers de ce que l’on appelle la Word Music : Embryo en Allemagne, avec Coetus en Espagne, Eliseo Parra, Raul Rodriguez, Silvia Perez Cruz, Lichis, La Cabra Mecanica ou Rosaria Mowgly en Espagne, les argentins Juan Quintero y Luna Monti, Lady y Barika des Etats-Unis, Mû Mbana de Guinée Bissau, Griot Adama Kone, Sasha Agranov, Neila Benbey d’Algérie, la chanteuse turque Nihan,… Didac LAZARO vous propose des concerts, voire des voyages sonores exquis aux chants ancestraux, avec des instruments du monde entier, calebasses africaines du Mali, gourdes d’eau africaine, tambours et harpe africaine fabriquée par ses soins qui captivent notre attention par leurs vibrations et fréquences remplies de joie et d’harmonie! Ces concerts nous conduisent à une reconnexion qui permet de retrouver confiance en soi, en nous invitant à s’immerger dans des aventures à travers les continents. “Plongez dans la plénitude de votre vraie identité et regardez votre vie changer…” Didac Ruiz Lazaro propose également des ateliers de musicalité pour les enfants, adultes et aussi […]
4. July 2018

Fado @ Le Bovary organisé par O Trio de Fado – Vendredi, le 13 juillet 2018 à 20h30

Fado music is a form of Portuguese singing that is often associated with pubs , cafés and restaurants. This music genre has much earlier origins but is generally placed as being originated in the 1820’s in Portugal. Fado is generally known for how expressive in nature it is, as well as being profoundly melancholic. Generally in fado music, the singer will sing about the hard realities of the daily life, balancing both resignation and hopefulness that a resolution to its torments can still occur. It can be described by using the Portuguese word “saudade”, which means “longing” and stands for a feeling of loss. This loss is generally a permanent loss and of long-term consequences. Fado music often has one or two 12 string guitars, one or two violas, and sometimes a small 8 string, bass. Fado music has two main varieties: Lisbon Fado Lisbon Fado is the more well-known of the two styles of fado. This style has roots in social contexts that are set in marginality and transgression. It was frequently found in locations of sailors and prostitutes. In the early 1900’s, it found a popular following that would continue to follow today. It came across some difficult times in 1926, when censorship caused major changes to urban entertainment and placing hefty requirements on any shows and venues. Thanks to the popularity of the radio, fado found its place in homes across Portugal. In the 1990’s, fado found its place in the World Music circuits. In order to applaud fado in Lisbon, you are to clap your hands. […]