Alexandre in 12 questions!

*Froggers alert!*

To brighten up your weekend, here is “Alexandre in 12 questions!”

We talk about music, gigs memories, trousers and green frogs; you might hear about some funny anecdotes here…

(Froggies, you can enable French subtitles)

‘The Lightmaker” 2023 tour

Hear Ye, Hear Ye dear froggers! *drum roll*

We are thrilled to announce ‘The Lightmaker’ 2023 French tour with Wedingoth as special guest!

This tour is dedicated to Eric and the show in Nice will be filmed.
More gig announcements will come regarding 2024.
*suspenseful music*

You can book your tickets here:

New guest announced: Adam Holzman

Good evening our loyal little froggers!

We are immensely happy and honoured to announce that Mr. Adam Holzman himself will be featuring on our album “The Lightmaker”.

Adam is simply one of the most innovative musicians alive. His career and collaborations are far too huge to be listed here.

In 1985, he was hired by Miles Davis to play keyboards on the trumpeter’s Tutu album, and stayed with him for almost five years, eventually becoming his musical director.

Adam also started playing with Steven Wilson on his first solo tour. Since joining the Steven Wilson live band, Adam has played keys on all of Steven Wilson’s solo albums and concert tours to date.

You still have a bit of time to pre-order our album “The Lightmaker” and benefit from exclusive pre-release rewards


Announcement guest #1

ANNOUNCEMENT GUEST #1 – we are more than happy to announce the first guest on our forthcoming album: mister Marco Minnemann!

Marco worked with Steven Wilson, The Aristocrats, The Mute Gods, Tony Levin and Jordan Rudess, Joe Satriani, Randy McStine, and so many others, we no longer present one of the most talented drummers and multi-instrumentalists.

The Lightmaker is due in September 2023 and more info is coming soon. So stay tuned!

New drummer!

We are very happy and honoured to welcome our dear friend Johnny Marter as the new drummer of the band. Johnny began playing drums at the age of ten. Later, forays into the Pop and Rock world would find him success with Mr. Big, Voyager, Alaska, and MGM. Now with the SAS All Star Band, for some eighteen years, he continues to play regularly with a host of great artists of diverse genres, from Roger Taylor and Brian May of Queen, Glenn Hughes, Jack Bruce, and Roger Daltry, to Jon Anderson, Annie Lennox, and Peter Gabriel, to Aretha Franklin, Gloria Gaynor, and Corinne Baily Rae to name but a few.

We’d like to thank Fab for the great moments and memories we shared and we wish him all the best with his personal projects!