#ArtistOfTheWeek One thing people who love music say when they say why they love it, they describe it as the soundtrack to their life.
Whether you’re a dancer, writer, working in an office, travelling somewhere, when we have our music on it’s as though we feel like it guides what we do next or what kind of mood to be in. Artist of the week to top this honour is #CyrilleAimee Jazz songstress. The first instrument she learnt to play was the guitar, as she grew up in the same city as the jazz guitarist Django Reinhardt. That being a fantastic plus to your city you are bought up in there were festivals. Manifestly this meant Cyrille got to meet and make friends with a lot of “gypsies”, one of which who taught her how to play the guitar in exchange of some reading lessons. She describes her music education as an informal one. It wasn’t the schools which taught her but the folk who were playing jazz, the ones one stage and going to festivals. Their flow and style gave her a more freestyled and easy going introduction into the arts of music. “You cannot sing it the same way twice”
She has a beautiful sweet voice fit for painting a picture or scene from a movie. She sings in French yet all of her songs have the capacity to make us feel a way which connection goes beyond words. There’s a skip to the beat down the road kind of feel to her music, whilst another song possesses a feeling of wanting to watch the world out of a café window with a coffee. Most bewitching of all, her stunning live shows. The intimate room crammed with romping belting tones of a jazz band and singer.
We here are massive fans of a jazz bar and their structures of housing good times, people and music.
#Jazz #Musician #JazzMusician #LivePerformance #LivePerformer #DjangoReinhardt #Festival #DjangoReinhardtFestival #Music #JazzBar #MusicJournalism #Writer #MusicLovers #CurlyHair #Swingy #France #French #Singer