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Pink Martini

Pink Martini

Jun 7th 2018 @ CASINO THEATRE BARRIERE DE BORDEAUX

Bordeaux, France
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About Pink Martini
Genres:
Pop, Jazz, Dance Music
Band Members:
Thomas Lauderdale (piano), China Forbes (vocals), Storm Large (vocals), Timothy Nishimoto (vocals and percussion), Robert Taylor (trombone), Gavin Bondy (trumpet), Phil Baker (bass), Dan Faehnle (guitar), Pansy Chang (cello), Nicholas Crosa (violin), Maureen Love (harp), Brian Lavern Davis (congas drums and percussion), Derek Rieth 1971-2014 (percussion), Reinhardt Melz (drums), Miguel Bernal (congas and percussion), Antonis Andreou (trombone), Kyle Mustain (English horn)
Hometown:
Portland, OR

“Pink Martini is a rollicking around-the-world musical adventure … if the United Nations had a house band in 1962, hopefully we’d be that band.” – Thomas Lauderdale, band...
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Thursday, June 7th, 2018
8:30 PM
CASINO THEATRE BARRIERE DE BORDEAUX
Bordeaux, France
55 RSVPs
Le 9e album studio du plus français des groupes américains invite à un tour du monde sonore. Rétro, joyeux, élégant, le cocktail parfait pour mettre tout le monde de bonne humeur ! Ils nous ont séduit notamment grâce à leur hit « Je ne veux pas travailler ». Aujourd’hui, Pink Martini revient en live et compte bel et bien nous ensorceler. Tout commence en 1994 lorsque China Forbes (chant) et Thomas M. Lauderdale (piano) décident de former Pink Martini à Portland. Entourés d'une section de cuivres et de percussions, ils proposent un savant mélange de jazz et de rythmes latino. C’est en 1997 qu’ils connaissent le succès grâce à la sortie de leur tout premier opus, baptisé "Sympathique". Preuve de sa réussite, ce disque reste 29 semaines au Top français en 2000, pour une jolie 17ème place. Son succès hexagonal ne se dément pas, les deux derniers albums s’y classent respectivement No 12 et No 7. Plus de 20 ans après leur formation, les membres de Pink Martini continuent de parcourir le monde, chantant dans 22 langues, dans des opéras, des salles de concert, des festivals, des cinémas, des musées et des défilés de mode.
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About Pink Martini
Genres:
Pop, Jazz, Dance Music
Band Members:
Thomas Lauderdale (piano), China Forbes (vocals), Storm Large (vocals), Timothy Nishimoto (vocals and percussion), Robert Taylor (trombone), Gavin Bondy (trumpet), Phil Baker (bass), Dan Faehnle (guitar), Pansy Chang (cello), Nicholas Crosa (violin), Maureen Love (harp), Brian Lavern Davis (congas drums and percussion), Derek Rieth 1971-2014 (percussion), Reinhardt Melz (drums), Miguel Bernal (congas and percussion), Antonis Andreou (trombone), Kyle Mustain (English horn)
Hometown:
Portland, OR

“Pink Martini is a rollicking around-the-world musical adventure … if the United Nations had a house band in 1962, hopefully we’d be that band.” – Thomas Lauderdale, band...
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Fan Live Reviews
Nancy
Washington, DC@
The Anthem
October 9th 2018
Excellent show! Variety of music from around the globe. So fun getting to dance on stage during the show! Love that they rolled right into the encore without the silly mock leaving routine.
Brett
Washington, DC@
The Anthem
October 8th 2018
Awesome concert. So inclusive of the audience w letting them participate in the songs on stage and dancing behind the band. No pretension about who they are or why they are there - just love for celebrating great music from a diverse background. Love this group.
Seattle, WA@
Woodland Park Zoo
August 28th 2018
One of the best concerts I have attended, I hope they come back next year!
Pink Martini never disappoints. They are a small orchestra of great instrumentalists and awesome voices. Thank you for an amazing evening.
Saleh
Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates@
ABU DHABI MUSIC AND ARTS FESTIVAL
March 23rd 2018
Great, awesome, fantastic, wonderful, romantic & mix of the world languages.
Fort Lauderdale, FL@
Broward Center for the Performing Arts
January 26th 2018
Excellent performance. It would have been much better with more volume.
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