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Connection between all types of jazz, from blues to revisited pop!
Come and share a unique moment with the artists on this legendary scene in Paris, open since 1975.


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laurence jones nov 21

Laurence Jones

Thursday, December 2nd - 8:30pm

Exceptional evening : Opening of the Roger Kasparian exhibition


©Photography : Thierry Waks

Musical style : Pop Rock
Laurence Jones (Guitar and voice), Bennett Holland (Keyboard and chorals), Jack Timmis (Bass), Phil Wilson (Drums), Abbie Adigun (Chorals)

Laurence Jones, a gifted guitarist, elected best European guitarist at the Europeans Music Awards, has become a major name in the new generation of blues rock. With four solo albums to his credit, he has played with Joe Bonamassa, Kenny Wayne Shepherd, Popa Chubby... and also collaborated with Walter Troud, Aynsley Lister, Mike Zitoon, Johnny Winter, Walter Trout, Kenny Wayne Shepherd, King King...
Talent, blues, rock and a new album to present to you, that's the promise of this promising evening !


Ellen Birath nov 21

Ellen Birath

Saturday, December 4th - 8:30pm

Ellen Birath invites Joseph Champagnon


©Photography : Flore Gastal
Musical style : Pop/Soul sixties
Ellen Birath (Vocal), Joseph Champagnon (Guitar), Édouard Coquard (Drums) Philippe Devin (Bass), Vincent Echard (Trumpet) Sylvain Fetis (Sax)


Since a remarkable first EP released at the end of 2019 (4 stars in Rolling Stone), Swedish singer Ellen Birath (Little Ellen) continues her path in the meanders of the 60's.
For this unique concert at the Jazz Club Méridien, Ellen invites the exceptional Parisian guitarist, singer and bluesman Joseph Champagnon to share the stage with her

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Adrien Marco & Costel Nitescu Quartet

Friday, December 10th - 8:30 pm

©Photography : Mathieu Chatelain
Musical Style : Gypsy Jazz
Adrien Marco (Guitar), Costel Nitescu (Violin), Mathieu Chatelain (Guitar), Tristan Loriaut (Double Bass)


As part of the Jazz Manouche evenings sponsored by Thomas Dutronc, Adrien Marco & Costel Nitescu Quartet meet again for the greater good of our ears.
Showing a sensibility out of the ordinary, the aerial virtuosity of this guitarist is accompanied by the overflowing and explosive lyricism of the violinist Costel Nitescu. The association of their respective madnesses provokes unforgettable musical flashes. To support such flights of fancy, Mathieu Chatelain's rhythm guitar maintains the tempo alongside bassist Tristan Loriaut. These two musicians, there too, are endowed with a spirit of Swing so singular. Magnificent arrangements of Django Reinhardt's compositions, but also beautiful Italian songs, as well as famous Jazz standards... Here is the original program of the concert of this audacious and powerful quartet not to be missed. 


Sly Johnson

Saturday, December 11 - 8:30 pm

©Photography : Alexandre Lacombe
Musical style : Soul
Sly Johnson (Vocals, beatbox), Anthony Jambon (Guitar), Laurent Salzard (Bass)


Sly, Sly Johnson, Sly The Mic Buddah: from the Saïan Supa Crew to his solo career, the famous beatboxer has multiplied identities. An artist of infinite talents (rapper and beatboxer of the Saïan Supa Crew) who has skilfully developed his singing skills over the years, he is undoubtedly the most striking soul voice of his generation. He will be accompanied by 2 exceptional musicians whose reputation precedes them. Anthony Jambon on guitar, spearhead of the new French jazz scene, whose prestigious collaborations have been countless and who is also blossoming in a solo career that is set to last.


Dual Tone

Thursday, December 16th - 8:20pm

Musical style : POP Rock Seventies
Audrey Lurie (Vocals), Lucas Itié (Guitar), Aurélien Herson-Macarel (Bass), Fabien Rault (Drums)


Dual Tone is a musical duo composed of Audrey Lurie on vocals and Lucas Itié on acoustic guitar.
Both invested in many musical projects with very varied universes, they propose a repertory of eclectic covers which oscillates between Soul, Blues, Pop, Rock, of the Fifties to our days...
For this occasion, the duo becomes a quartet with Aurélien Herson-Macarel on bass and Fabien Rault on drumsticks.



Robyn Bennet

Saturday, December 18 - 8:30pm

©Photography : Ben Van Hille
Musical style : Soul / pop
Robyn Bennett (Vocals), Laurian Daire (Keyboard), Ludovic Bruni (Guitar), Enrico Mattioli (Drums), Jean-Hervé Michel (Saxophone), Ben van Hille (Trombone)

Robyn Bennett is back with a groovy Soul-Pop, distilling as usual, good mood and positive energy. Funky guitars, urban drums, vintage keyboards and brassy riffs for a hymn to "taking action"!
In 2006, her love for France pushed Robyn Bennet to move permanently to Paris where she joined the troupe of the musical Cabaret directed by Sam Mendès. It is there, on the stage and in the backstage of the Folies Bergères that the young singer meets the trombonist Ben van Hille. The chemistry is immediate, they will never let go.

"I think that in another life, I must have been French. I immediately felt at home in Paris."  Robyn