Online interview with 'stark' (added 07 Dec 2011 22:32)
Interview on 5. 12. 2011 on the 'stark' website
While Ayo's third album "Billie-Eve" features more electric rock sounds, her trademark humble honesty remains.
AYO.: Rebirth of Cool
2009.06.26 Bruxelles (photos) (added 26 Nov 2011 22:08)
090626 Ayo @ couleur café - (Flickr.com set by Kmeron)
Becaud, Et Maintenant (added 23 Nov 2011 19:20)
Noel ! Noel !! Noel !!! (added 21 Nov 2011 14:24)
1. JAMIE CULLUM | Let It Snow
2. MADELEINE PEYROUX / EMILIE SIMON / CARLA BRUNI / RUFUS WAINWRIGHT / IGGY POP | Noël d'espoir
3. MADELEINE PEYROUX | Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas
4. MIKA | Vive le vent
5. EMILIE SIMON | Santa Baby
6. RENAN LUCE | Le père Noël et la petite fille
7. CŒUR DE PIRATE | Noël blanc (titre complet à écouter)
8. CARLA BRUNI | Jolis sapins
9. IGGY POP | The Little Drummer Boy
10. AYO | Santa Claus Is Coming To Town
11. OLIVIA RUIZ | Le Noël de la rue
12. -M- | Douce nuit
12 French and international artists remembered the songs which illuminated Christmas of their childhood. “Of Sharp the wind” at “Soft Night” while passing by “Santa Baby”, in fact the greatest Christmas carols were revisited by Michel Legrand. It thus signs arrangements and the direction of a symphonic full orchestra accompanied by Big Band Jazz, the whole recorded in New York. Michel Legrand also offers a new title, writing for the occasion and heading “Christmas to us d' Espoir”. Artists brought together in this ECRIN: Mika, Carla Bruni, Heart of Pirate, Iggy Pop, Emilie Simon, Renan Luce, - m, Olivia Ruiz, Ayo but also Jamie Cullum, Rufus Wainwright and Madeleine Peyroux .un casting dream for Christmas of exception!
La Maison Bleue (added 15 Nov 2011 12:40)
by Jon O'Brien
Named after the Victorian blue house described in one of its most famous numbers ("San Francisco"), La Maison Bleue sees a whole host of French artists pay tribute to Maxime Le Forestier's influential 1972 debut, Mon Frere. The original 11 tracks, many of which have entered French folklore, have been re-recorded by the likes of Salvatore Adamo ("L'Eduation Sentimentale"), Juliette & Francois Morel ("Parachutiste"), and Emily Loizeau ("Ca Sert a Quoi?") on an affectionate homage released in time for its 40th anniversary.