Our CD is a hit at Chez Georges, famous & historic Parisian club!

The night before the Paris show at the Swan Bar, we went to an immensely historic and famous old cabaret/wine bar/club called Chez Georges, right in the hear...

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Comment by Lua Hadar on November 15, 2009 at 4:07pm
Notable also is the performance of "Home on the Range," by Jacques, an habituee of Chez Georges, who knows many American songs. When he asked ME if I knew "San Francisco" by French pop star Maxime LeForestier, I was abashed that I did not. He wrote it down for me, and well, to make a long story short, it is in our new show, French Connection. Merci, Jacques!
Comment by Lua Hadar on November 15, 2009 at 4:03pm
The experience of my life, hearing our latest CD played and enjoyed by the young Parisian crowd at Chez Georges. The setlist is curated by DJ Jean-Francois, grandson of the original Georges. For many years, Chez Georges was a live underground cabaret on the Left Bank, hosting live performances in the small cave by the likes of Bob Dylan. Now its atmosphere and its eclectic world mix attract young crowds every night. We loved them dancing on the tables to our version of "All I Want."

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