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J. J. MILTEAU
Biography
J. J. Milteau
Biography

"The harmonica is the instrument of the dreamer, an ideal companion for those who like to roam and travel. Its underrated qualities make it the key to the world of make-believe."

The many articles and features that glory him in the musical press and on the internet are unanimous: European harmonica virtuoso J. J. Milteau is a matchless player, and his breathtaking technique fills with envy his peers who admire his impeccable taste and praise his seemless playing.

For all his dazzling virtuosity, JJ is much more than a Paganini of the diatonic. A consequence of his sincere modesty, his sincerity springs up as soon as one hears his studio work or sees him on the stage where he gives vent to his emotions with his inspired playing and high-soaring lyricism. Always attentive to the world around him, JJ is a gifted story-teller whose music echoes impressions and dreams brought home from his travels.

Born in 1950 in a Parisian working-class family, Milteau spent the "rocking sixties" roaming across the planet, armed with the tiny harmonica he decided to buy after hearing the recordings of obscure, if inspired, blues wailers. The connivance between the man and his instrument was immediate and they’ve stuck together since, through thick and thin. In the long run, this association has been a fruitful one as JJ’s modest "lip ruin" took him from South Africa to the Polar Circle, from Havana to Shanghai, from the Mississippi Delta to the Paris Opera.

JJ sailed through the seventies sprinkling warm blue notes on dozens of recordings by the cream of French singers (Charles Aznavour, Eddy Mitchell, Yves Montand, Barbara...) before launching a series of personal explorations on record and on the stage. Although his original love of blues music has never waned, his influences encompass Louisiana zydeco, Zulu dances, Irish jigs and Mexican fandangos, as well as the rich music tradition of Memphis where he recorded in 2001 an eponymous album crowned by a Victoire de la Musique - the French equivalent of a Grammy.

In his best-selling Universal sets, Memphis and Blue 3rd, JJ can be heard trading licks with the likes of Little Milton Mighty Sam McClain, Gil Scott-Heron and Terry Callier, proving once again his deep-felt attachment to African-American music. Relentlessly inquisitive, the European harp master has much more to offer than sheer technique. Behind his instrumental know-how, JJ has both feeling and spirit: in Black America, they call it soul...

2006
CD "Fragile"
Featuring: Michelle Shocked, Demi Evans
On Tour: China (Beijing, Shanghai, Nanjing, Wuhan, Guangzhou...)

2004
Show at the Théâtre des Champs-Elysées Concert Hall
Concerts with the French National Orchestra, the Montreal Metropolitan Orchestra
On Tour in France, Ethiopia, Lithuania, Montreal Jazz Festival, Australia, New-Zealand, New Caledonia, Jordania, Lebanon, Japan, Canada, India, Russia

2003-2002
CD "Blue 3rd" Recorded in New York Featuring: Gil Scott-Heron, Terry Callier, N’Dambi, Howard Johnson
CD "Memphis" Best Blues Album at the French Music Award "Les VICTOIRES de la MUSIQUE"
"GRAND PRIX JAZZ de la SACEM" Sacem is the French Society of Authors and this prize is an award for the instrumental work and whole musical career of the artist. Show at the Théâtre des Champs-Elysées Concert Hall
On Tour in France, Mexico, Germany, La Réunion, Poland, New Caledonia...

2000-2001
"CHOC JAZZMAN" of the year, Jazz Music Award for his CD "Memphis"
Recorded at the Royal Studio in Memphis Featuring: Mighty Mo Rogers, Little Milton, Mighty Sam McClain...
New show on Tour in France, Europe, South and North Africa...
"DJANGO D’OR" for his CD "Bastille Blues" Best Blues Album of the year
On Tour in France, Europe, Oceania, Asia (Mainland China, Korea, Thailand, Indonesia, Singapore...)

1999-1998
CD "Bastille Blues", New show at the OLYMPIA Concert Hall and on Tour
Show at the CITÉ de la MUSIQUE Concert Hall: "The harmonica, the kids and the hospital"...
On Tour: Taiwan, Mainland China, Singapore, Madagascar, Seychelles, Mauritius...

1997-1996
CD "Merci d’etre venus" J. J. Milteau invites: C. AZNAVOUR, E. MITCHELL, F. CABREL...
On Tour with: Francis CABREL, Alain SOUCHON, Michel JONASZ, Maxime LE FORESTIER, ZAZIE...

1995-1994
CD "Routes" is nominated for "Les VICTOIRES de la MUSIQUE"
Guest star with Eddy MITCHELL at the Casino, Olympia, Zénith and Bercy Concert Halls

1993-1992
CD "Live", Guest star with Michel JONASZ at the Zénith Concert Hall and on Tour
CD "Explorer" Best Instrumental Album "Les VICTOIRES de la MUSIQUE"

More info available here:
Contact: tel 33 (0)1 40 02 04 56 fax 33 (0)1 40 02 02 96
e-mail: marie.llamedo@free.fr
http://jjmilteau.free.fr
www.jjmilteau.com






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