François Constantin manages with a master's hand the famous Monday night jam, which has become an essential meeting place for musicians and a gateway to the professional world for many of them. Percussionist for Johnny Hallyday, France Gall, Michel Sardou, Véronique Sanson, he creates every Monday around him, the effervescence in an absolute generosity.
The year 1964 marked the release of John Coltrane's major album "A Love Supreme", one of his greatest masterpieces. Recorded in four hours with his mythical qauartet, the sound of the album works as a whole in this studio that resembles a cathedral... The ensemble composed of pianist McCoy Tyner, bassist Jimmy Garrison and drummer Elvin Jones is one of the most innovative in jazz and inscribes its name forever with this mythical project! Three essential musicians of the current jazz scene: the virtuosity of Antonin Fresson on guitar, the groove of Swaëli Mbappé, bassist of Monsieur Mâlâ in particular, and the technicality and energy of Vincent Tortiller, drummer and founder of Daïda!
A concert set and then the jam where the best musicians of the moment and the jammers parade to enjoy this unique moment where time remains in suspense...
FRANÇOIS CONSTANTIN percus/lead
ANTONIN FRESSON guitare
SWAÉLI MBAPPÉ bass
VINCENT TORTILLER drums