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Thread I am a french woman musician

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1 I am a french woman musician
Listen to my music here

http://chantal.grizard.free.fr/

I am a beginner, I do it for fun.

My style is mainly electro but I also play guitar and there is some blues or groovy tracks on my website.



Thanks
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Bienvenue Chantal ;-)

Welcome to the board! We have very few people from france, so I hope you will enjoy participating to the forum!
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Merci beaucoup pour l'accueil 8)

What do you think of my music by the way ?
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just saying hello...


i like your jazzy/tech style..... i heard this DUO AF and i like how you mix the voice with the rythm its kind of cool....................... stay in touch......bye


my sound>
http://epi-web.silpion.de/audiofiles/epimusic/landspeed_records/kasha/remixe/321KaFudeepprogressive.mp3
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Why is musician spelled the way it is? You have music which is mewzic and then ian which is shun. Why isn't muscian pronounced mewzic eun?
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kind of weird, but still i like it.

its simplycity and that calmed mood that transmits... cool, way to go.
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Thanks DJ Aria

and Baracutey


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Duo AF. F***ing heaven. I can feel the woman's touch. Makes me wish I was that talented. ;)
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hi,

I am new and french too. Nice to meet you Chantal:)
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I will check out your site.
I played in France back in 1991 and 1992. In Paris, I played
at Utopia club and Blues du Nord, and in Najac at a place called
le Dobro. Played guitar and sang blues, jazz, swing. Met a harmonica
player & jammed with him at Utopia. His name was J.J. Milteau. Best
harmonica man I've ever played with!. Loved France. was always treated
very well. Had a lot of fun. Ate a lot of food. Drank a lot of very fine wine
and (best of all ) Armagnac!

Cheers,
DrJuJu