Jam Session Caloé "Tribute To Nat King Cole"

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Jam Session Caloé "TRIBUTE TO NAT KING COLE"
As part of the festival: #FestivalEstivalDeJam #15
  • Wednesday August, 11th 2021
  • 9:00 PM
  • Baiser Salé
  • Free entrance

At the Baiser Salé, we take advantage of the summer to spend festive musical evenings at the Jam Estival Festival, from July 17 to September 2, 2021, every evening from 9:00 p.m. free entry. More than a simple concert, the jam is an opportunity to discover outstanding musicians, to see them having fun improvising together. It is the feeling of participating in a unique moment. One hour of concert lays the foundations and launches the theme of the evening in homage to an artist then a jam took us until the end of the night.

Icon, idol, model... An emblematic figure of 20th century jazz, Nat King Cole was a committed musician, considered one of the greatest singers of jazz but also of Latin American music.
"He was tall, very handsome, very black, with a unique voice, still beautiful. When he sang, he wasn't really a singer, he sang the way he liked to sing, it was less rough than some jazzmen, but it swung just as much. "Claude Carrière

Caloé sings, improvises, and loves juggling with words. A fervent admirer of Sarah Vaughan, she studies scat with precision and technique to master it in her own way. It's going to swing tonight on the Baiser Salé stage!

DANIEL GASSIN piano
ALEX GILSON cbass
PAUL MORVAN drums
CALOÉ voice/lead

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