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Caravan Palace | #caravanpalace |
[2008-…], Paris, Île-de-France, France |

Biography

Caravan Palace is a French electro swing band founded in 2008 and based in Paris.

The band’s influences include Django Reinhardt, Vitalic, Lionel Hampton, and Daft Punk. Caravan Palace released their début studio album, Caravan Palace, in 2008. The record charted in Switzerland, Belgium and France, where it reached a peak position of #11.
[Wikipedia]


[Printemps de Bourges 2016]


[Francofolies de La Rochelle 2016]

The Caravan is back on course…. Still Palace, but brand new and reconditioned for a new tour! A desire for a more sophisticated gypsy electro-swing, with a hint of 30/40’s jazz, pop and even ragga. The wild sextet entertain and thrill their audience with their retro-futurist Charleston, their dynamic scats and old world gimmicks, revisited in their inimitable homespun electro style. Everyone remembers “Jolie Coquine” and “Suzy”. In 2015, still the same ardent enthusiasts of Django, these post-zazous of the third millennium are back to swing with their wild scats, bop, breaks and above all, that jubilatory energy. Fantastic!
[Paléo 2015]


[Solidays 2015]

Good session! Enjoy!

Content

9 – Caravan Palace – Lone Digger – 2015
8 – Caravan Palace & JFTH – Mighty – 2015
7 – Caravan Palace – Comics – 2015
6 – Caravan Palace – Dramophone – 2012
5 – Caravan Palace – Rock It for Me – 2012
4 – Caravan Palace – Clash – 2011
3 – Caravan Palace – Suzy – 2009
2 – Caravan Palace – Dragons – 2008
1 – Caravan Palace – Jolie Coquine – 2008

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