Louis Bertignac left the audience asking for more
Music is a universal language binding the world together. Unified compositions are produced by this form of art allowing us humans to express our emotions. The French guitar hero, the emperor of the chords and strings, Louis Bertignac accompanied by his drummer Felix Sabal-Lecco and the bassist Cyril Dennis performed to a crowd of 700 people at F bar and lounge in the Capital recently. This trio’s union has resulted in the formation of one of the most craved rock bands ‘Live power trio’.
Bertignac sang songs from his vast collection of music out of which “Cendrillon” and “Un autre monde” taken from his erstwhile legendary French rock group ‘Téléphone’, “Les froleuses” – a duet with Indian singer Vasundhra Vidalaur were lapped up by the audience.
Bertignac’s energy levels defied his age of mid-fifties. His cutting edge music enthralled the audience and succeeded in putting forth a show of magnanimity. The energized audience continuously moved and hummed with the rhythm of the beats, their hands swaying in the air. A slight touch of Indian music also came through in the performance. “I admire the Indian music, it has a hand in carving my taste for melodies and tunes. Sitar is one instrument which has deeply motivated the music buff in me,” the musician explained. The event concluded at 1 a.m., and even at that late hour the audience was shouting “Encore!” The magical response from the audience made it clear that Bertignac reigns over the hearts of millions from the 70s to date.
The concert was part of the World tour which commenced on April 17 in London. After India, the band will rock Nepal.