Join us for a night of French1960's jazz featuring sultry vocalist/actress ADELE JACQUES performing the music of Serge Gainsbourg and Brigitte Bardot. Delicious French-themed appetizers and desserts will be served throughout the evening (included in price). Cash bar. The Purple Room is Palm Spring's original Rat Pack hangout, where Frank Sinatra brought his friends to hear the best musicians in Palm Springs. Located in the Club Trinidad Resort, the Purple Room retains its mystique to this day as the modern day hipster hangout with the best martinis at 1960's prices! Sponsored and special decor by Swank Interiors No persons under 21; cocktail attire recommended
Atlanta's premiere of Los Angeles cocktail-swing French sultry cabaret created by Adele Jacques, featuring Serge Gainsbourg and la belle Bardot's best songs of their sulfurous musical affair. Adele Jacques, Russell Rinker, Ben Holst, Adam Hopkins and special guests from Blue Man Group. www.parislovesla.com www.thesoundtable.com https://www.facebook.com/events/148492461970507/
Sounds Like: Serge Gainsbourg
Bio: PARIS LOVES L.A. is a cabaret-style show homage to the “Je t’aime moi non plus” passionate relationship between Serge Gainsbourg and Brigitte Bardot, featuring over 20 of their masterpiece songs such as “Bonnie And Clyde” or “Comic Strip”, which transports the audience back to the swing & cocktai...See Full Bio
"Adele wanted to incorporate the acting into her show as she feels that the show is more than just a band or just a musical, which is why she likes to describe it as a cabaret. Adele started singing in France in 1997 when she got into a band called Bel Air. Taking the band to New York, they experienced a moment of success when Adele was interviewed by the NY Times at the Knitting Factory, which prompted her to move to California, as well as her love for American men. She loved Paris but she needed a change. She describes being in New York as being in a dream. She said for the first six months, everything was working really well and it was in New York that she gained a desire to cover Serge Gainsbourn songs. She had been invited to perform in a show called Stella at Fez Café."