Basily Family

20/01/2011 - Brussels - Les Riches-Claires
22/01/2011 - Ghent - De Centrale
29/01/2011 - Meise - G.C. De Muze van Meise

Basily Family
(The Netherlands)
The Basily Family

the Basily Band: Tucsi (violin), Popy (lead guitar), Gino (guitar), Zonzo (guitar), Martin Limberger (guitar), Antal Steixner (percussion) and Marc Giodano (bass guitar)

the Basily Boys: Zonzo (lead guitar), Noekie (guitar), Raklo (guitar) and Morice (bass guitar).
The Gypsy Jazz formation Basily Family revives the gypsy swing music, pioneered by Django Reinhardt and Stéphane Grapelli. Initially, the Basily Band started out interpreting the Hot Club de France tradition. Nowadays the band has developed its own specific identity along with traditional Spanish gypsy influences. In the Netherlands, Basily has performed at almost every jazz and theater stage. They performed multiple times at the North Sea Jazz festival, but also abroad, including the Jak festival in Indonesia, the famous Django Reinhart festival of Samois (France), the International Gipsy festival in Oslo (Norway), the world renowned Birdland jazz club in New York and the Copenhagen Jazzfestival (Denmark). One of their highlights, a performance with the legendary Stéphane Grapelli in Munich, made their international reputation. The Basily Band is considered as one of the best and particular bands in the original “Hot Club de France” setup: violin, lead guitar, rhythm guitars and double bass. Time after time the Basily formation succeeds to enthrall audiences worldwide with their charismatic stage presence and enigmatic appeal.

At the 2011 edition of Djangofolllies, the Basily Boys, the children and nephews of ..., will again be present. The whole family will be on stage, This is going to be a hugue party!

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