The Lehmanns Brothers are a six-piece band from Angoulême in southern France, consisting of Alvin Amaïzo (Guitar), Julien Anglade (Vocals and Piano), Dorris Biayenda (Drums), Florent Micheau (Saxophone) Pierre Sanges (Bass) and Jordan Soivin (Trombone). They are a very young and vibrant band that has the ability to perform at international festivals, theatres and concert halls.
Lehmanns Brothers are a prime example of the rapid modern revival of Jazz, Funk and Afrobeat. A perfect mix of these genres with an added Hip-Hop twist is filling venues and sending crowds wild across Europe.
Lehmanns Brothers are heavily influenced by the likes of James Brown, Jamiroquai, The Roots and A Tribe Called Quest. This has given them an electric energy with an explosive rhythm and a unique vocal signature that gets each an every crown pumping. As T. McLenden from Afropunk so aptly quoted “LB is sure to bring some sunshine straight to your speakers and a killer bass-line for your dancing shoes”.
Each concert from the Lehmanns Brothers is a unique experience that will keep you captivated from start to finish, dancing the night away in a world of funk.
Lehmanns Brothers are the winners of the Shure Call for Legends Band Contest at Montreux Jazz Festival in 2017 and have played as the opening act for Wu-Tang Clan, Fred Wesley & Maceo Parker.
All the Lehmanns Brothers want to do is set the stage alight and make the crowd dance with their vibes. Words cannot express the hottest funk band around right now they simply must be experienced.
The latest EP from the Lehmanns Brothers “Another place“ is a journey through several styles that have influenced the sound of these 6 artists. Jazz, funk and afrobeat are revived, with a touch of modernity. „Another place“ is going to be released in April by the Italian label Irma records , the Lehmanns Brothers confirm a musical openness influenced by their origin and the many encounters they have had on tour.
KURZ & KNAPP
WANN: 4. Mai 2019 | 19:00 Uhr
WO: Auster Club | Pücklerstr.34, 10997 Berlin
WIEVIEL: 8 Euro
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