Wed, June 6th

FranceRocks Festival presents Dirty Deep, Dätcha Mandala

blues rock TICKETS

Doors 7:00 PM
Show 8:00 PM
Advance Price Free
Door Price Free

Advanced online ticket sales stop at 5pm on day of show
If available, more tickets are available at door

FranceRocks Festival presents
Dirty Deep

Dirty Deep plows a swampy, heavy blues often inspired by folk and rock. Touring as a one-man band since early 2010, he travels across Europe to spread his musical religion. For him, it’s not just about music, it’s a way of life! Homemade rhythms and percussions, harmonica and vocals are his means of redemption. Dirty Deep is influenced by masters of the genre : Sonny Boy Williamson II, John Lee Hooker, Son House but also by contemporary artists such as Scott H Biram, Left Lane Cruiser, Mark Porkshop Holders. Following the issue of his first album “Back To The Roots”, Dirty Deep toured across France and Europe. This road-trip marked the beginning of his collaboration with the Devil : he met a few of his idols at the Binic “Blues, Rock, Folk Festival” , allowing him to immerse himself into the musical knowledge of his mentors. Today, Dirty Deep is accompanied on stage by Geoffroy Sourp, talented drummer of Hip Hop band “Art District”, resulting in a bursting bluesy show.


Dätcha Mandala

Dätcha Mandala is a power trio. Founded in 2009, the band’s members include Nicolas Sauvey (lead vocals, bass and mouth organ), Jérémy Saigne (guitar and back-up vocals) and Jean-Baptiste Mallet (drums and back-up vocals). With influences ranging from Led Zeppelin to the beatles, it’s no surprise that the lads count such bands as Black Sabbath, Kyuss, Tool, Black angels, Queens of the stone age, BRMC, AC/DC, the doors, hendrix and more, amongst their growing list of influential vibes. When asked, they tend to describe themselves as a psychedelic rock band engulfed in heavy blues.
Since its beginnings, the band has performed more than 300 gigs, travelled in different coutries (Italy, Germany, Spain, Holland, Slovenia, Switzerland) and shared the stage with The Bellrays, Radio Moscow, The Datsuns, Left Lane Cruiser, Mars Red Sky, DeWolff, Angelo Moore, Samsara Blues Experiment, Endless Boogie, 7 Weeks, The Inspector Cluzo, Shaka Ponk, The Cosmic Dead, Bob Wayne, The Dictators…