performs in many configurations: from duo to quartet.
With two guitar players, a double-Bass,
a saxophone and/or violon player, her music (influenced by Django Reinhardt) explore
Gypsy Jazz and BeBop universes: Wes Montgomery, Charlie Parker, George Benson,
not forget Latin music and French style (Charles Trenet, Edith Piaf).
The band records an album
per year while trying to push each time the boundaries of his music style.
was able to make the buzz in the 2008's Monsegur festival through FR3 Aquitaine
french TV report and on the Django Station Website, where their 'Israel Blues'
album (dedicated to Israel Dauher) had impressive reviews. Since 2000, the band
criss-cross his homeland in South-West of France: Concerts, festivals, private
Djangophil love switching from the 30's guitar sound to the BeBop era electric
sound from song to song.
Since 2005, Bernadette (Jean Michel's wife) hold the rhythm
guitar seat. Jacques Boireau (on Double Bass) also joined the band. His classical
training and bow's sound add a new dimension to the band when he plays themes on
the bass. In 2006, Cyril Prévost, on saxophone came and gave a new breath
and sound. In 2010 it's Michel Aladjem, on violon, who join the band and brings
a new strenght to Djangophil. Finaly we do not forget our pal Israel Dauher who
share the stage and the studio with us as a guest.