New Blues Club in Paris

Blues lovers from all over the world have now a new place in Paris to listen to their music at least 3 time a week! In the middle of the City, near the famous Quartier Latin, they can find some kind of juke joint with a basement where bands can play for approximately 80/100 persons.

The Tennessee-Paris is actually THE place in Paris where you can find old and roots blues but also every kind of blues with a great choice of beers and cocktails and happy hours from 6 to 9 PM! You can enjoy the atmosphere of the American Deep South and feel like in Memphis and Mississippi Clubs just ten minutes walk from Notre Dame…

Reopened for one week (it was previously a jazz club), the Tennessee-Paris has already hosted some French and Australian artists, but also one of the greatest master of black American music, Dr. David Evans, from Memphis, who played over there last night!

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12 rue André Mazet
75006 Paris
http://www.tennessee.paris/

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European Blues Cruise

And here’s the European Blues Cruise, a fantastic journey in the Mediterranean see. In these picture an EBU Board member interacting with the European blues communities. Thanks to Lisa Panoyan for organizing this third edition!!

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French Blues Challenge

Held in Nantes during the jazz festival Les Rendez-vous de l’Erdre, the 3rd French Blues Challenge was the opportunity to decide who will represent France at IBC and EBC next year. Gaelle Buswel will be the French act playing as a quartet in Horsens next April. Congratulations to her and many thanks to the jury, including an EBU Board Member, who did a very professional work!

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