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Les jeudis de Guémené
Concert in Guémené-sur-Scorff
Every Thursday, from 9 p.m., music and dancing in Guémené-sur-Scorff!
Guémené Thursdays are back! The first evening will take place on Friday July 14 at the Antoine Morice stadium with Mamz'elle Guinguette. The singer offers you a journey to the heart of realistic song with a repertoire from the 1920s to the 1950s. This is a show that will make you relive the atmosphere of the guinguettes of yesteryear. A real immersion in the atmosphere of old Paris and the banks of the Marne with the unmissable successes of Piaf, Trenet, Patachou, Mistinguett, Bourvil. . ....
Guémené Thursdays are back! The first evening will take place on Friday July 14 at the Antoine Morice stadium with Mamz'elle Guinguette. The singer offers you a journey to the heart of realistic song with a repertoire from the 1920s to the 1950s. This is a show that will make you relive the atmosphere of the guinguettes of yesteryear. A real immersion in the atmosphere of old Paris and the banks of the Marne with the unmissable successes of Piaf, Trenet, Patachou, Mistinguett, Bourvil. . . Thursday July 20: The Wacky Jugs The Wacky Jugs have taken up the challenge of reinventing a genre as old and practiced worldwide as the Blues, by attacking its origins. Digging into the past to unearth forgotten grooves, sublimating eighth notes and rubbing notes, and forging a new rural and urban identity at the same time, on the base of the harmonica and the double bass and the audacity of the mandolin and The Accordion. Between the Jive New Orleans, the shades of Rock and Soul, and the Stomp of the Jugbands, it is the return of the dance of the Juke Joints and the decadent texts in which this social and cultural phenomenon was born, chanted here by the singer timeless Jack Titley, vocal fusion of Will Shade and Dr John. The originality of their writing and their desire to modernize the style did not escape the jury of the "International Blues challenge" in Memphis, which awarded them first prize in 2022, making Wacky Jugs the first European group to win this title, the worthy heirs of this century-old music and the proud explorers of its future. Thursday, July 27 Fest Noz with Arvest Since its creation in 2000, ARVEST has continued to explore new territories between dance music and songs with electro rock influences. This atypical group concocts in its own way a clever mix of guitars, programming and “kan ha diskan”. With “diliamm”, ARVEST signs a fifth magnetic album. New sound for this group apart on the current Breton scene. Two voices (YVES JEGO & YANN RAOUL) and two guitars (DAVID ER PORH & NICOLAS KERVAZO) intertwine in an electro pop rock universe, powerful and captivating, which irresistibly calls for dance! Thursday August 3: it's going to swing with Oulala Jazz Band Perfect marriage between pop and swing. It was necessary to dare: The Oulala Jazz band re-imagines and re-invents contemporary pop, rock and variety hits in the styles of yesteryear, such as swing, gypsy jazz, rock'n'roll... Madonna to the Clash, from Niagara to Patrick Coutin, from Pink Floyd to Johnny Halliday, enter the burlesque, glamorous and hilarious universe of the Oulala Jazzband. 6 musicians (guitar, double bass, saxophone, trumpet, vocals, drums), a licked staging for all ears, delicate. Thursday August 10: Les Frères Bralon A mixture of sweetness and joie de vivre punctuated by waltz and swing. A bit of yourself, a bit of Brassens, just enough to feel light as a feather. Guitar, vocals: Guillaume Lerat Double bass: Hervé Olivier Lead guitar: Jacques Le Gouedec Accordion: Florent Hellard Thursday August 17: Fest Noz with Taouarh Melodies from the traditional and popular repertoire, rhythmic, modern and colorful arrangements. Here, the dance is the heart of the subject, which has for sole purpose only the vibration of the floor by frantic kicks of heels! Taouarh is "the peat" of Kreiz Breizh, the earth and its sediments, constantly stirred by the ardor of the dancers. Armel BARAZER: Bass Arthmael GIRAUDON: Tenor sax Maïwen GUILLON: Bombarde Elouan LE SAUZE: Vocals, binioù Kerian PORTEBOIS: Acoustic guitar Thursday August 24: evening under the sign of humor and good humor with Les Glochos. The “tontons flingueurs” of French song, as we like to call them, pass the large vegetables in the pan, and the powerful ones in the grinder with humor and derision, free but gentle and delicate distribution of pralines and chestnuts. They draw their inspiration from everyday life and current events to compose impertinent and funny songs with mocking, caustic and corrosive lyrics. Bold and obviously politically incorrect songwriters, these friendly thugs are the kings of canning. They are also specialists in the field by conditioning their cds in packaging style box of cheese, suppositories or old-fashioned polish box. On stage LES GLOCHOS know how to create a family atmosphere, a closeness made of good humor and fun for a show for all audiences… Les Glochos is homemade, natural!!! It's funny and it's good!!!