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Stone Age


Post Posted Thu Nov 23, 2023 2:20 pm
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Stone Age preparing a tour for 2025:

https://www.ouest-france.fr/culture/mus ... 2f00689e79

The Stone Age music group came to spend two days in residence at the Pontivy convention center (Morbihan). The opportunity to record two tracks in live conditions before embarking on a tour by 2025.

Bass, drums, guitar and synth are out at the Palais des Congrès in Pontivy (Morbihan). While the technicians prepare the stage, adjust the lights and make the correct connections, six artists begin to play in the amphitheater. This formation is neither more nor less than that of Stone Age, a rock group with Breton origins born thirty years ago. She benefited from two days in residence, at the Palais des Congrès, Monday November 20 and Tuesday November 21, 2023.

Michel Valy and Marc Hazon, respectively called Kervador and Mac de Ponkallec, are the only two survivors of the starting quartet. A year after the release of the album Bubry road, the desire to go on stage was felt. “We remade an album fourteen years after the previous one. We decided to continue with friends,” confide the two musicians.

They are now surrounded by Xavier Géronimi (Tox) on guitar; Michèle Gaurin, known as Kohann, on vocals; Marielle Hervé on keyboard; and Konan Mevel, notably for the video part. “We are working on a clip and the recording of two tracks in live conditions, for our production company. It will be a tool to set up a tour from 2024-2025. And there will inevitably be a date in Pontivy,” promises the duo.

Being in Napoléonville is a bit like being at home for Michel Valy, originally from Séglien. As for Pontivyen Konan Mevel, he returned to the convention center after a previous artist residency with… Kohann, in the Widilma group. “It’s great to work here, there’s good equipment. And we are with big names: Michel was bassist with Jean-Michel Jarre and Marc collaborated with Sheila", underlines the former member of the group Tri Yann, who did not hesitate to accompany the group on the flute during a little improvisation.







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