A bass virtuoso, Hadrien Féraud has collaborated with John McLaughlin, Chick Corea, Billy Cobham, Gino Vannelli, Jean-Luc Ponty, Biréli Lagrène, André Ceccarelli, Sylvain Luc to name a few… The Salty Kiss, his laboratory, field of all possible is regularly the scene of meetings between musicians organized by Hadrien.
With his breathtaking solos, his flamboyant play, Gergo Borlai has played on more than 400 albums. It is in 2009 that the meeting is made, he participates in the recording of the album of Hadrien: Born in the 80’s then both collaborate on projects with Frank Gambale and Scott Kinsey.
Daniel Gassin, who is a Franco-Australian pianist based in Paris. In 2007, he was a finalist in the solo jazz piano competition at the iconic Montreux Jazz Festival, was one of three finalists at the 2013 Australian National Jazz Award, and was nominated for the prestigious Freedman Scholarship in 2016. In 2013, he moved to Paris and was noticed in the jam sessions by Felipe Cabrera, Benjamin Henocq and Manuel Marchès. We quickly find him on the stage of the mythical clubs of the rue des Lombards alongside musicians such as Tricia Evy, Christophe Dal Sasso, Thierry Fanfant and many others...
And Anatole Muster, a stunning young Swiss accordionist. Barely 20 years old, he has already received praise from his peers. His unique approach to modern jazz was presented by Jamie Cullum in his BBC 2 radio show and had him collaborate with heavyweights like Tennyson, Kiefer or Daniel Hayn.
DANIEL GASSIN piano
ANATOLE MUSTER accordeon
HADRIEN FÉRAUD bass
GEORGO BORLAI drums