His work still lives on, to the delight of his entourage and his fans. Brigitte Fontaine, Miossec, Raphael, Thiéfaine and Fire! Chatterton, accompanied by the faithful musicians of Bashung, will participate on October 2 at a “concert heritage”, a tribute to a new kind of singer who died ten years ago died of cancer, was announced Wednesday, the national audiovisual Institute (INA) to the AFP.
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On the stage of the Grand Rex, in Paris, INA, keeper of the archives of the radio and television, will bring together numerous artists, friends and travelling companions, Bashung, with the support and participation of Chloé Mons, widow of the singer of Gaby and Dizzy love .
Under the direction of guitarist Yan Péchin, a faithful collaborator of the singer and of the critical rock Christian Eudeline, the concert was entitled “Immortal Bashung”, combining archive footage and tributes, with orchestra, will feature footage rare singer (interviews, TV, excerpts from concerts, etc.) selected by the INA and projected for the first time on the big screen.
The musicians of #AlainBashung will pay tribute to their companion, disappeared and there are already 10 years old,October 2, at #GrandRex!
These classics will intersect with images from the archives of the INA for the first time offered on the big screen!
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“This concert heritage is a new mode of cultural expression and a new creative proposal to make ever more accessible to our content to the greatest number,” said INA, whose countless archives are already accessible to the general public on its internet site.
In April, the INA is also in charge of the Groupe de recherches musicales (GRM), French pioneer of electroacoustic music, organized a first general public event, INASOUND, festival of electronic music held in the Palais Brongniart, the former Paris stock Exchange.
Bashung happened at the Grand Rex in 1987. Shortly before his death, the singer’s thirteen-times award-winning Victoires de la musique had the project come back to play his last album, petrol Blue and that last sweet moments…