CONCERT @ Les Disquaires w/ The AB Factory

BP and The AB are teaming up once again to put together a rockin’ folk night of music at Les Disquaires in the 11th arrondissement.

The AB Factory:  Thanks to a happenstance meeting at a Mudcat concert in Paris, 2007, followed by several drinks and a shared interest in folk-blues-acoustic-gypsy-pop-rock-country music, the seeds for The Ab factory were officially sewn. Two weeks later at the Fête de Musique, Justin joined Clement and Sylvain for an impromptu concert that served as a catalyst for The AB Factory proper. After a few months of experimenting with different instrumentation and set-ups, they landed on the current formula of guitar/stand up bass/banjo and/or mandolin and/or guitar and/or ukulele. The rest, as they say, is history. Over the past two years they have been performing all around Paris, playing their original brand of ‘Fr-Americana’ music that has it’s roots in americana while retaining a european, gypsy folk feel. During the end of 2009 they recorded and self-produced the album ‘Archie Mule’ which contains 14 original songs in both French and English. The CD spans the terrain of folk, pop, country, gypsy, and the ‘chanson francaise.’ The Ab factory continues to play and evolve its blend of folk ‘gyspy’ rock in clubs, bars, street corners, and private parties throughout Paris, with plans to record another album of originals in 2010 and debate which member will get to keep the pink feather boa.

Brandon Pusey:  Well, I’m hoping you’ve got a good grasp on my style of music and how it came about, but if not, you should know that I’m playing a lot of improvised shows these days.  So the musicians accompanying me for this show will be a surprise.  In any case, I’ll be playing a lot of my newer songs that will be going on the second album….coming sooner than later.

** UPDATE – Rhim Zerguine will be joining me f0r another episode in harmony adventures.

Les Disquaires
6 rue des Taillandiers
75011 – Paris
Metro Ledru Rollin or Bastille

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