Theatre of improvised and generous evenings where the whole Paris of all jazz meets, the high club of the rue des Lombards does not count any more the moments of magic, meetings and discoveries which will have marked these 30 years! François Constantin, as supple as a wild cat, with a velvet paw or a lumberjack's paw on his percussion, touches us, moves us, makes us laugh... Pianist and composer, McCoy Tyner's playing embodies one of the main directions of modern jazz, forged first within John Coltrane's legendary quartet and then at the head of his own groups. He is an innovator comparable in historical importance to Bill Evans, and he joins him in influence and influence. His major contribution to the history of his instrument in jazz lies in his pianistic integration of the "modal" aesthetic initiated by Miles Davis and John Coltrane in the late 1950s. A concert set followed by a jam session where the best musicians of the moment and the jammers come together to enjoy this unique moment where time stands still...
DANIEL GASSIN piano
SWAÉLI MBAPPÉ bass
FRANÇOIS CONSTANTIN percus/lead
JON GRANDCAMP drums