Sirius Plan

Sirius Plan

Thu, May 4, 2017

Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pm

$12.00 - $15.00

Cancelled

This event is 21 and over

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Sirius Plan
Sirius Plan
If you ever dreamed of redesigning Rock and Femininity, it’s happening here and now. Sirius Plan is a Free, Wild and Reined Trio. It all starts in a hotel room, on a Festival night. One guitar and three girls jamming the night away. “We found ourselves in a common passion: graspable music that can be shared.” They were caught by their own game.

One concert: what was originally a one shot show becomes a series of love strikes. With a live video posted on Facebook, the Belgian media goes wild and the audience follows along. It was in 2011. Three artists united to live the same dream: making music that travels, that talks of humanity to human beings.

A first self-produced 5 track EP, and the love strikes continue: in 2013, they are asked to play in Alabama, and, later, in New York. The magic works, the network expands. Back in France, they are trusted with the (arrangements?) and the production of 4 titles by Sophie Tith.

On stage, the vocal originality of the Franco-Belgian trio works its charm... Laurent Voulzy invites them to perform as irst part performers on his tour. Then comes Emmanuel Moire’s turn to rely on them, before Louis Bertignac, in 2015, packs them in his suitcase. Three music tours in France, with stops through Switzerland and Belgium.

Their irst album is recorded in Alabama with the director Rick Hirsch, on the edge of the Dog River. An elegant Folk Rock meets the Bayou Blues, giving birth to a genre free of all artefacts, and that aims straight to the heart. 2 guitars, 1 drum set, 3 voices and a mic, just like old times...

A soft and honest writing, like a motto. The French and English texts speak of their worldly vision, both positive and solar, and touch upon themes like the legitimacy of being (« Plus Que Parfait ») , the courage of being loving and saying it loud and proud (« DuRose Dans Les Veines), or life changing encounters ( « Old Man »). « Big River » and « La Complainte De La Butte », two covers that illustrate the merging of two cultures, of which the trio has deinitely swept the borders.