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Paris Combo is coming back

09 Mar 2017

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By Sunny Liu

The globally acclaimed French band Paris Combo is making a comeback at Melbourne Recital Centre on March 25.

It has been two years since Paris Combo made its last appearance in Australia during its concert tour in 2015, when it sold out more than 20 venues in the US and Australia.  

This time the band will play its new album Tako Tsubo, meaning “broken heart” syndrome in Japanese.

Paris Combo’s 2000 album Living Room helped it achieve mainstream success and obtain a unique status as a French indie band appealing to an international audience for its diverse blend of modern French chanson, swinging gypsy jazz and sassy alternate pop.

The five-person band has spent two decades producing and showcasing its eclectic music and has released six albums to export the French culture.

Belle du Berry fronts the combo and her captivating voice is well supported by David Lewis, Potzi and Benoit Buoyer de Segonazac and Francoise Jeanin.

The band will perform at Melbourne Recital Centre’s Elisabeth Murdoch Hall. For more information visit melbournerecital.com.au

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