Sunday, 4 October 2015

Deering Banjos 40th Anniversary event featuring The Kruger Brothers & JigJam

Yet another year has rolled by since the last Deering Banjos/Eagle Music celebration - how time has flown! But here we are again and on Saturday 7th November, Eagle Music will hold the Deering Banjos 40th Anniversary event at the North Light Gallery in Huddersfield.

You can read my review of last year's event here but let me tell you about the 2015 event. As already mentioned, this is a celebration of Deering Banjos' 40th Anniversary and the ninth consecutive year that Eagle Music will be the No. 1 world dealership for the Deering Banjo Company. Like previous events, the day will have a very full programme - more of which shortly - but, before we go any further, I want to state that non-banjo players (such as myself) will find the nature and quality of the workshops appealing, the insights from musicians into their playing and performance enlightening - though there is a clear risk of finding yourself wanting to have a banjo for Christmas (or earlier - see 40th Anniversary deals below*).

The close working relationship between Deering Banjos and Jens Kruger is widely known and it is a delight to report that The Kruger Brothers will, once again, be appearing at this Deering Banjos/Eagle Music event. Jens, Uwe & Joel be holding an on-stage Performance Workshop during the afternoon as well as the (now traditional) Audience Group Performance - practice 'Oh Susanna' in readiness! Here is Cumberland Gap from last year.

The day will conclude with a concert by The Kruger Brother - it is worth stressing that this will be their only UK appearance this year.

But what about the rest of the day's programme...
  • Greg, Janet & Jamie Deering will talk about their 40 years of banjo making and, last year, Greg could be seen discussing banjo set-ups and more with attendees.
  • There will be two workshops:
    • Long Neck Banjo Workshop with Pat Kelleher
    • Intermediate to Advanced Bluegrass Banjo Workshop with Bill Forster
    • IMPORTANT: Call Eagle Music on 01484 661460 to book your place 
  • On-Stage performance by Nick Mann
  • On-stage performance by JigJam who's CD Oh Boy! featured on the EBMA Blog recently
  • Picking sessions

All this is in addition to a full range of Deering banjos and accessories on display (and to be played) and (from experience) staff from Deering and Eagle Music ready to discuss and advise on your requirements. *There will also be some '40th Anniversary' special offers!

Steve Noon of Eagle Music with Janet & Greg Deering
The event is held at The North Light Gallery, Armitage Bridge, Huddersfield and the North Light Cafe will be open for food and refreshments throughout the day.

Visit the Deering Banjos 40th Anniversary UK Event page on the Eagle Music website for full details and to book your tickets and do remember that if you would like to join one of the workshops then leave nothing to chance - call Eagle Music on 01484 661460 to book your place

Saturday, 12 September 2015

Castle Picking Party #5

Het Kasteel in Groningen, NL
September 27, 2015 the Castle Picking Party in the city of Groningen, Netherlands will celebrate 5 years of annual musical fun and friendships made by musicians and music fans from several countries.

Producers Hans Kelderhuis and Ben Wiltjer have announced it will be the final picking party in its current format. Major changes will take place for next year's edition. Such a thing can be expected when such a successful event evolves. The news will be announced at this years gathering.

As in the past, there will be jamming throughout the day and early evening inside and outside the 3 levels of the Castle. A unique formal concert setting is located on the top floor for those wishing to take a break from playing and listen to a Dutch bluegrass band or two. It is a beautiful room resembling a small cathedral.

All acoustic instruments and voices are welcomed. 

This is a free public event. While there is no admission, donations dropped into the little guitar placed near the concert space are welcomed. Please help cover the costs with your contribution.

Speaking of contributions...
Please bring something to contribute to the food table. Hot and cold dishes, breads, fruits, desserts -- these are all most appreciated. Musicans and listeners get very hungry!

A full lineup of beverages are available from the Grande Café at the concert hall entrance.

'Castle Picking Party' 
jams start at 13:00.

The first concert performance begins at 14:30 with Stringtime (based out of Groningen). Whiskey Rose is traditionally the final band and will carry on with that tradition again this year. They will perform until 20:20, at which time the party is over until next year. By the House Rules -- all jamming must end before 21:00.

Date:  September 27, 2015
Venue: Het Kasteel
Location: Melkweg 19718 EPGroningenNL
Tel: +31 (0)50 3688 434
Website (in Dutch): Castle Picking Party 2015 

Concert Hall Program:

14:30  Stringtime 

15:15     Marcel Smit en de Hiele Hannel 

16:00     Babes in the Grass

 16:45     Emmy and The Bluegrass Pals

17:30     Cocobelle


           [Short Intermission]
19:00     Utrecht Central Station (no photo)

19:35     Whiskey Rose

~ Parking on Sunday is FREE 
                       Plenty of space very near Het Kasteel

Thursday, 10 September 2015

Dutch Bluegrass at "Festival De Opening" on September 12

This multi-cultural music and performance festival will present a bluegrass program in the Dutch city of Emmen (in the province of Drenthe) on Saturday, September 12, 2015. The bluegrass portion of the festival is based on the book "High Lonesome Below Sea Level: Faces and Stories of Bluegrass Music in the Netherlands".

[For those not yet familiar with it, this is the first book written about the bluegrass genre scene in Holland by Loes van Schaijk, with beautiful photos by Marieke Odenkerk. It is written in English. In the past several months since its release the book has received high praise from scholars and reviewers around the world.]

2015 Boete'n Deur Festival in Odoorn, NL
This event is presented in cooperation with Silvia Fledderus who produces the long-running annual music series and festival "Boet'n Deure" at the Poolshoogte site in the forest area of Odoorn, Netherlands. Sylvia's father, Lambert Schonemaker, ran this series since 1997 and she recently accepted the responsibility of continuing this excellent program when he retired as the promoter/producer. This is Holland's only outdoor bluegrass event. It is free for the general public, sponsored by donations and local funding.

A number of Dutch and American musicians will attend, perform, and jam at this 'festival' in the city center of Emmen. The authors of the book will also be present. The "High Lonesome" stage is located on the lawn under the trees at the Emmen Town Hall ("onder de bomen bij het gemeentehuis", in Dutch). This location is walking distance from the train station.

This is short notice, but an event worth mentioning. The weather prediction is good, and Emmen is not far from Germany and Belgium. It should be a great day of music, friendship and a chance to buy your copy of a quality bluegrass book about the scene in Holland directly from the authors.

Of course, in the familiar tradition unique to bluegrass -- Bring your instruments for jamming!!

The Event 
Emmen, Netherlands
Saturday - September 12, 2015
13:00 - 23:00
 "High Lonesome" -- Artists and Schedule *

* NOTE: this link contains the correct information, including performance times)

The Book
"High Lonesome Below Sea Level" 
  Website      Facebook site 

The Festival, plus Music Series "Boet'n Deure" 
Odoorn, Netherlands
Boet'n Deure

Friday, 4 September 2015

EBMA announces Youth Scholarship and band support programmes

The EBMA is delighted to announce two new support programmes - one for Youth Scholarships and the other for bands that have EBMA membership.

The Youth Scholarships are for aspiring young musicians and singers to be able to attend camps and workshops in Europe and the USA. Applications are now open and details can be found on the EBMA website. Because of the high demand we have already reserved a place at Sore Fingers in the UK and at Robert Della Vecchia's Acoustic Guitar Workshop in Italy one of these for you?

The Band Support Programme is in conjunction with the new category of EBMA band membership. The aim is to aid EBMA member bands with their recording projects, publicise their concerts and activities, and promote them with organisers and festivals across Europe and the USA. As with the Youth Scholarship programme, more details can be found on the Support Programmes page on the EBMA website.

Sunday, 30 August 2015

Front Country - UK dates in November

If you were to cast your eyes around the internet and read the album reviews for Front Country's 'Sake of the Sound' you would find that there is praise coming from every quarter. Sake of the Sound is receiving appreciative reviews from the Bluegrass, Country, Americana and Folk publications who recognise the strength of Front Country's debut release. For me, David Morris summed it up in his review in Bluegrass Today when he said 'Do yourself a favor. No matter what you think of jam bands, Americana and other genres that reside at the edges of traditional bluegrass or beyond, swallow your preconceptions and listen to four songs from Sake of the Sound the first full-length CD from Front Country. Just four songs. After that, my guess is many of you will want to hear more from this San Francisco-area sextet...'

From Sake of the Sound: 'Like A River'

'Sake of the Sound' opens with a rendition of 'Gospel Train' which sets the bar very high for the rest of the album and that standard is maintained throughout. For me, the only way to describe Melody Walker's voice is soulful in a way that I have not heard in  along time - three of the tracks are also written by Melody. It is easy to undertand why Front Country won the band contests at both RockyGrass and Telluride so it would be remiss not to mention the rest of Front Country who are: Adam Roszkiewicz (mandolin), Jacob Groopman (guitar, vocals), Jordan Klein (banjo, vocals), Leif Karlstrom (violin) and Zach Sharpe (bass).

After all of this you will be wanting to know where you can see them. Here are their UK tour dates:

Wed Nov 4: The Atkinson, Southport   
Thurs Nov 5: Centenary Centre, Peel, Isle of Man    
Fri Nov 6: Selby Town Hall    
Sat Nov 7: The Brewery Arts Centre, Kendal
Sun Nov 8: Harbour Arts Centre, Irvine
Tues Nov 10: Performing Arts Centre, Kilbarchan
                             Ticket info - call 01505 550 550
Wed Nov 11: Carnegie Hall, Dunfermline    
Thurs Nov 12: Birnam Arts Centre, Birnam, Dunkeld    
Fri Nov 13: Glenbuchat Hall, Aberdeenshire    
Sat Nov 14: The Universal Hall, Findhorn    
Sun Nov 15: Dundee Acoustic Music Club (afternoon)    
Tues Nov 17: The Harrison, Kings Cross, London    
Thurs Nov 19: Norwich Arts Centre    
Fri Nov 20: The Tuppeny Barn, Emsworth    
Sat Nov 21: Square & Compass, Worth Matravers    
Sun Nov 22: South Holland Centre, Spalding

Friday, 28 August 2015

Rob Ickes & Trey Hensley and Chris Jones & The Night Drivers - European Dates

Let me start my making it clear that not all dates will feature both Rob Ickes & Trey Hensley and Chris Jones & The Night Drivers but there are some shared dates so, for this reason, this announcement will talk of both with the dates for Rob & Trey and Chris Jones listed separately below.

Trey Hensley has been the recipient of accolades from the likes of Marty Stuart, Mike Auldridge, Earl Scruggs and Blue Highway. Gene Parsons of The Byrds and The Flying Burrito Brothers said of Trey “Listening to Trey Hensley play guitar I realized I haven’t heard guitar playing this exciting since Clarence White. Wow!” Trey featured as guest vocalist on 'My Last Day In The Mine' on Blue Highway's album 'The Game'. Teaming up with Rob Ickes for their album 'Before The Sun Goes Down' has produced an album that will appeal equally to Bluegrass and Country fans - as for their version of Stevie Ray Vaughan's 'Pride and Joy'...if you have not heard it, rectify that as soon as possible!

Rob Ickes has more individual IBMA awards for his Dobro playing than I have fingers and toes (as a result of an accident with an alligator and the fact that I don't count so well) but add together the IBMA awards than Rob has won himself and the awards that he has been party to with Blue Highway then I could be counting all day.

Chris Jones & The Night Drivers comprise (naturally, Chris) Ned Lubercki, Jon Weisberger and Mark Stoffel. Chris will be known to many for his articles in Bluegrass Today, his distinctive voice as well as being a presenter on SiriusXM; like Chris, Ned Luberecki will also be known to many as a presenter on SiriusXM. Jon Weisberger (when not playing bass for the Night Drivers) is also the Chair of IBMA and Mark Stoffel is noted for his playing and as a producer and recording engineer.

Their CD 'Lonely Comes Easy' was very successful with nine Top 20 songs and their new CD 'Run Away Tonight' looks as though it will do the same and if you have listened to 'Live At The Old Feedstore' then you will not want to miss the opportunity to see them play live in Europe later this year.

As mentioned before, not all dates will feature both Rob Ickes & Trey Hensley and Chris Jones & The Night Drivers but there are some shared dates and these will be highlighted.

Dates for Rob Ickes & Trey Hensley

Oct 7th 
Pyramida Hotel, Prague, Czech Republic - Ticket information with Chris Jones & The Night Drivers
Oct 9th - 12th 
Adiaha's Bluegrass Camp, Aschau im Chiemgau, Germany with Chris Jones & The Night Drivers
Oct 13th 
Altes Theater, Heilbronn, Germany with Chris Jones & The Night Drivers
Oct 14th 
RFO Americana Concert Series at Haus der Kultur, Waldkraiburg, Germany
Oct 15th
Schaffhausen, Switzerland - Ticket information
Oct 16th
Laufen (near Basel) Switzerland - Ticket information
Oct 17th
Kulturkommission, Dänikon - Ticket information

Dates for Chris Jones & The Night Drivers

Oct 7th 
Pyramida Hotel, Prague, Czech Republic - Ticket information with Rob Ickes & Trey Hensley
Oct 9th - 12th 
Adiaha's Bluegrass Camp, Aschau im Chiemgau, Germany with Rob Ickes & Trey Hensley
Oct 13th
Altes Theater, Heilbronn, Germany with Rob Ickes & Trey Hensley
Oct 14th
Liestal,Kulturhotel Guggenheim, Liestal, Switzerland - Ticket information
Oct 15th
Villingem-Schwenningen, Germany - Ticket information
Oct 16th
Garching, Germany - Ticket information

Monday, 24 August 2015

CD Review: JigJam - Oh Boy!

JIGJAM are three excellent musicians from Ireland who have put together a remarkable mixture of music and song on this this debut album “Oh Boy”. The variety is such that your musical taste-buds are refreshed as you go from track to track.

The opening song “Tickle me Pink” from Johnny Flynn is reminiscent of the Punch Brothers but then you go to the second track “Levi” which starts with really good vocal harmonies and takes you on a journey from the Blue Ridge Mountains to the battlefields of a foreign land.

Instrumentally they bridge the gap between pure bluegrass with a medley of “Big Sandy River”, “Groundspeed” and “Bugle Call Rag” and then a couple of tracks later there is a medley of Irish hornpipes and Reels, but even then they get a bit bluegrassy towards the end.

My favourite track is “Beeswing” a Richard Thompson song that they give due justice to, especially with the added fiddle of Ciara McKeogh.

This album mixes Bluegrass old and new with traditional Irish music and even some Gypsy Jazz variations. You might think that the variety might be too much but in fact it all works well. This is a very good and very well thought out album

JIGJAM are Jamie McKeogh, Daithi Melia and Cathal Guinan, Check them out on their website at

Available on iTunes and CD Baby.

Sunday, 16 August 2015

"The Mandolin: A History" due for release November 2015

For the past several years our music world has been rewarded with a few mighty impressive publications of musical instrument history. My current personal favorite at the very top of that list of books is, and has been since its release, “Inventing the American Guitar” (Hal Leonard Publishing, 2014).

Now along comes Graham McDonald with what appears to be a serious contender for that top spot with his comprehensive study, The Mandolin: A History. As a guitar and mandolin enthusiast who appreciates such history, and given the unveiling of this latest addition to the world’s music library, my personal music book shelf may very well be complete at this point.
'Ur - Ur the Singer' on his seal cylinder
British Museum,
Image courtesy Dominique Collon

McDonald’s history of the mandolin tracks stringed instruments as long ago as 4200 years (in this case, the Lute family). Thusly, we discover the mandolin’s primitive origins in Mesopotamia, Egypt and Europe. Note the Mesopotamian musician named ‘Ur-Ur’ in the photo. He is clearly in a familiar playing position. The author suggests a Lute-like instrument with 2 strings.

We are eventually introduced to the first appearance of what many consider the prototype for the modern day mandolin: the “mandolino” of late 16th century Italy, a baroque gut-strung mandolin borne out of the early 16th century ‘mandola’.

The insight into the mandolin’s evolution goes ever deeper from there. The author’s presentation has made the reading relatively simple, even while addressing the most technical aspects and complicated subjects. Graham’s care to guide us along the way, often using specific examples, is invaluable. As if the multitude of sketches, drawings and photos are not enough (some very rare and previously unpublished) – the author even provides such minute details as string lengths and tunings, using the Hemholtz system for pitch notation.

The Mandolin: A History is truly an exhaustive study often revealing the complexity and ‘secrets’ of numerous instruments, while relating these factors to the modern mandolin. McDonald has the experience and skills required to address the similarities between modern day mandolins and their ancient cousins along this historic trek. As a result we witness a global ascension throughout the double-string instruments’ “family tree”.

In the extensive coverage of America’s contributions to mandolin history we are introduced to little known, possibly even unknown, luthiers from the past. As might be expected many prominent manufacturers in America are covered as well.

Of note is a chapter dedicated to what McDonald calls “the definitive history of the Irish bouzouki”. He considers this instrument his specialty.

There are some 400+ pages, 450+ illustrations/photos, and 22 chapters. Also a detailed bibliography and index. 

McDonald mentions in an interview, “…it is lavishly illustrated with the intent that it will be a primary reference for identifying mandolin family instruments from all parts of the world.”

Suffice it to say, the volumes of information are vast and therefore impossible to relate all the essential subject matter within the limited scope of a mere review or news report.

To paraphrase the author’s rather humble description of the concept of his book… It is about the instruments. How they are built, and how they have been built in the past.

But it is much more than that. In a short video on the Kickstarter website, Graham mentions it took 6 years to complete this project. When, in reality, this book is the culmination of a lifetime of preparation as he made his own musical and educational journeys. 

Graham McDonald has gifted us all with an indispensable guide to the co-evolution of the instruments in his study, the very special relationships which exist amongst this “double-stringed species”.

Now in the final days of a ‘Kickstarter Project’ campaign, to help raise funding for the publishing of this extraordinary book, Graham McDonald is hoping for some additional interest in order to meet his goals. 

Graham offers the following update on his website:
  “ The Mandolin ~ A History is getting close to publication, after six years of work. It will be over 400 pages with around 460 pictures of mandolins, old advertisements and other images. There is close to 100,000 words of text, including an index and a comprehensive bibliography. The girl on the left [with the mandolin] is the cover image, taken from an old postcard. I have a printer in the USA ready to do the printing, and to pay for that I will need to pre-sell around 500 copies, which the printer will be able to mail out as soon as they are off the press.”

To pre-order a copy and help secure the funds for printing, or view his introductory video, go to the author’s website. There are varying levels in which to pledge your support and receive a book (and more). Be aware there are only a few days remaining for the Kickstart project.
About the Author: 
Graham McDonald is a man of musical diversity -- a musician, hosting a music program on community radio since 1976, audio archivist, and luthier in Canberra, Australia. He is a builder of guitars, mandolins, Irish bouzoukis, citterns, mandolas and ‘wombat fiddles’. Graham has been a consultant to the National Museum of Australia, Sydney's Powerhouse Museum, the NSW Conservatorium of Music, and a certified C.F. Martin warranty repair person. He is also an author. Mr. McDonald’s two previous published works related to double-stringed instruments are, “The Bouzouki Book: A Workshop Guide to Building Irish Bouzoukis and Citterns” (2004) and “The Mandolin Project: A Workshop Guide to Building Mandolins” (2008).

The Mandolin: A History
author: Graham McDonald
High Quality Soft-cover; 400+  pages; 450+  illustrations and Hi-res photographs
22 Chapters
8” x 10” (20cm x 25cm)
ISBN  9780980476279
Retail price:  $45 (USD) Postage is free in USA only.
Estimated Delivery dates:
* November 2015 for the printed version
* January 2016 for the e-book [iBook and Kindle formats]

Contact the author directly: 
Graham McDonald
P.O. Box 365
Jamison ACT 2614

Tuesday, 11 August 2015


Here's the good news: the EBMA's printed magazine BLUEGRASS EUROPE #96 is in the mail to EBMA members. Featuring Switzerland's "Bluegrass Family Festival" and its 19th edition, we also checked out, how a 2nd generation bluegrasser sees the scene. Meet musicians, find out, what the new leadership of EBMA has up for you, check out which events you missed and what's still awaiting us. And feel free to share your thoughts with us!

BE#96 - summer issue of
EBMA's printed magazine
Content of BE#96: Editorial | EBMA NEWS | 19th Bluegrass Family Festival (CH) | Tom Bodenmann | Introducing Tom’s Wildgrass | BluegrassDuinen - News Europe | Bluegrass News USA | Over Jordan | EWOB | List of Festivals/Workshops/Camps | Review Gulpener Bluegrass Festival | Preview Dunmore East BG Festival | Film: Banjo Romantica | Livio Guardi | CD Reviews | EBMA’s European Bluegrass Guide | Radio Formats with bluegrass | Deconstructing Bluegrass | EBMA Team | IBMA WOB

The deadline for #97 (autumn 2015) is 20th September 2015 and will focus on reviewing some of the larger European bluegrass music festivals, news from IBMA WOB and Awards Show, a preview on the winter season, and more... If you would like to contribute with your personal report, a CD or book review, a great photo, or if you want your product or event advertised please feel free to contact us at editor.

Please like us on Facebook: BLUEGRASS EUROPE and EBMA and follow us on Twitter @ebma_tweet - thanks for spreading the word! 

We wish all our readers a pleasant rest of the remaining festival season - great things are going on this weekend in many countries in Europe and worldwide!!!

Angelika Torrie

Friday, 31 July 2015

The Po‘ Ramblin‘ Boys European Tour 2015

"A tree can't stand without its roots. So we are just trying to keep those roots alive. We want to complement and not take away."

The Po' Ramblin' Boys were born in the shadow of a moonshine still in the Great Smoky Mountains, springing to life with all the zest and zeal you would expect from a 1940s-style Tennessee bluegrass band. They play to thousands of tourists who hear them each day at Ole Smoky Moonshine locations at The Holler in Gatlinburg and The Island in Pigeon Forge.

In less than a month, CJ Lewandowski, Jereme Brown, Jasper Lorentzen and Josh "Jug" Rinkl,  this hard-driving traditional bluegrass band from Tennessee, will be touring Europe for the first time. The ten day tour will take them through four countries, from Switzerland to the Netherlands. Highlights of the tour include two major bluegrass, a number of bluegrass club dates and a performance at the world-famous Schorem barbershop in Rotterdam. Their tour schedule is the following:

* 27 August 2015 - Kino METROPOL - Kusterdingen (D)
* 28 August 2015 - 7. Bluegrass Festival - Birkenried (D)
* 29 August 2015 - House Concert at Jan's Place - Hoogstraten/Antwerpen (B)
* 30 August 2015 - Party Centrum De Vriendschap - Spanbroek (NL)
* 2 September 2015 - Schorem Haarsnijder en Barbier - Rotterdam (NL)
* 4 September 2015 - Bauernhof Maag - Zweidlen (CH)
* 5 September 2015 - 17. Sunny Mountain Bluegrass Festival - Lommis (CH)
* 6 September 2015 - Guggenheim - Liestal (CH)

The Po' Ramblin' Boys are looking forward to bringing their hard-driving, very tight bluegrass sound to European audiences. Make sure to catch them as they whirlwind through Europe. The tour is organised by SwissGrass Productions.

The New Breadwinners - A young Irish bluegrass touring France, 30 July-3 Sept. 2015

The New Breadwinners are a three piece acoustic bluegrass band based in Dublin, Ireland, made up of three of the finest young musicians from Ireland's Bluegrass scene. Having first met at Dublin's now legendary bluegrass session in Sin É, the trio have spent the past 2 years honing their craft on Dublin's streets and pubs, before committing to form a band in late 2014.

With their feet firmly planted in the American bluegrass tradition, The New Breadwinners also write their own material, bringing a youthful Irish touch to this American legacy. Combining an energetic stage presence with hard driving songs and impressive instrumentals, The New Breadwinners guarantee an exhilarating performance that is sure to please.

Luke Coffey on 5 string banjo and vocals; John Denby on mandolin and vocals; and Niall Hughes on guitar and vocals will begin on 30 July a five-week tour of France, taking in Normandy, the Alps, and Alsace. For the Northern leg of the tour they will be joined by Gab Faure on fiddle, who played with them in concert at the last Westport Folk and Bluegrass Festival. The tour schedule is at present as follows:

Thurs. 30th July: Morlaix 29600, Ty coz
Fri. 31st: Santec 29250, le Dossen

Sat. 1st Aug.: Gomené 22230, Pub Follette
Sun. 2nd: Guern 56310, Les Anges
Tues. 4th: Moncontour 22510, le Contretemps
Fri. 7th: Tremargat 22110, La Pépie
Sat. 8th: Douarnenez 29100, Café des Halles
Thurs. 13th: Valjouffrey 38740, L'église de Valjouffrey
Fri. 14th: Moulin Vieux 38350, L'église de Moulin Vieux
Mon. 17th-Sun. 23rd: Morzine 74110, The Dixie Bar (7-night residency)

Wed. 2nd Sept.: Rennes 35000, Le Hibou Grand Duc
Thurs. 3rd: Soulvache 44660, Le Papier Buvard