DJ, Producer, Singer and Multi-instrumentalist Mark Ronson, for the second year in a row, will be an ambassador for Audemars Piguet and, in collaboration with the brand, will close the Montreux Jazz Festival with a special concert on July 15., The mission of the luxury watch brand and the British musician is to create a unique and unforgettable show which has been titled “Mark Ronson and His Favorite Band Ever”.
The artist decided to unite around himself several high-level musicians with whom he worked over the years. This group also includes trumpet players. dave guy who played Valerie Ronson and with Amy Winehouse; Drummer, Composer and Producer homer steinweiss who worked on the album back to Black by Amy Winehouse; bassist, drummer and composer nick moveson who acted locked out of heaven by Bruno Mars; saxophonist Ian Hendrickson Smith, multi-instrumentalist, songwriter and producer Leon Michels and percussionist Elizabeth Pupo-Walker who has collaborated with the likes of Elvis Costello, John Legend and Harry Styles.
These would coalesce around the talented but often little-known musician Mark Ronson and his new protégés, artists Yebba and Lucky Day. The super-group Montreux will play the British producer’s greatest hits to the public in a visual and artistic context designed by it. Creative Director Daphne Lanternier Which will bring an intimate and innovative atmosphere to the stage.
Audemars Piguet elevates this concert experience by offering backstage access London director Lauren Luxenberg who detailed the making of the show in the film Sinking Sounds. The work reveals not only the selection of artists and their repertoire but also months of preparation that culminate with a jam session held in New York the evening before. Montreux Jazz Festival Concludes, You can watch the film from 28 June on all Audemars Piguet channels.
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