We’re proud to announce the arrival of our new recording, “Django à la Créole: ‘Live’!” We professionally recorded the last four concerts of our 2012 season, and arranged the best tracks into a concert-length experience. Our friends at Frèmeaux and Associates were enthusiastic to help, and though it took some time to finish the production, we think it was worth the wait.
Thank you all for your continued support. The reception of the first two CDs was encouraging, as well as the demand for us to release some live material. We look forward to thanking you in person sometime this year at one of our 2014 shows celebrating the new CD. Effective March 1, it is available here on our new website as well as the usual places including (blank, blank & blank with hypertext links). We have even posted a couple of tracks on Soundcloud that you can enjoy and share.
Vive Django! Vive New Orleans! See you soon,
Evan Christopher & DalaC
- Distributed in the U.K. by Discovery Records
– Distributed in France by Socadisc / Frémeaux & Associés
– Distributed in Spain by Karonte
– Distributed in Canada by SRI
– Distributed in Japan by YTT
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Here is the gig list for the upcoming tour of the UK with Fapy Lafertin and Dave Kelbie. Looking forward to the Edinburgh jazz festival and some great gigs around london too. I hope to see you at one of the concerts!!
Here’s a video from a spring concert in france with Lollo Meier and Andy Aitcheson joining the trio….
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Wow – what a great weekend in Bristol. A big congratulations to Denny Illet for programming a wonderful three days. Apparently, they are all set to go again next year. Well Done Bristol! I went over with July Saury and Harry Kanters. Here are some photos of our trio set with Harry, our trio set with Denny and a few from the Jam. You might just be able to make out Pee Wee Ellis and Lillian Boutte in a few of them who were regular late-nighters…
And here’s a bonus video of lillian whipping up a storm. Sorry about the quality – I’m not sure who’s phone took this!
Lillian Boutte and the Bristol Jam Session Band|http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jIW15IHBLVQ
Appearing in the November edition of the Qantas in-flight Magazine, Ruby Boukabou has written a great piece on Aussie jazz musos in Paris. She interviews Chris Cody, Alex Stuart, Wendy Lee Taylor, David Lewis, Melissa Cox and myself. Some nice photos too.