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Daniel Roure

DANIEL ROURE - Pianist, Singer, Composer and Producer .

Daniel ROURE was born in Marseille, France and began formal music training at the age of 6.His father was a pianist and Roure grew up surrounded by the sounds of jazz and French chanson .Sharing is life between California and France.Roure has released three albums and considers his main influences to be French stars Charles Trenet and Yves Montant as well as American legends such as Dean Martin and Nat King Cole, and also, Diana Krall, Madeleine Peyroux,Bossom Dearie, etc... and pianists like Oscar Peterson, Errol Garner,Fats Waller, Art Tatum .Count Basie ..

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JAZZHOT . Serge BAUDOT. Le Temps D'un Jazz. Daniel Roure (p, voc), Paul Pioli (g), Francesco Castellani (tb), Fabien Giacchi (b), Gilles Alamel (dm) in March 2001, Marseille. 42 '38'Daniel Roure saw his album “Le Temps d'un Jazz” on a jazz broadcast to more than 6 million times on Pandora Radio (USA). He made a remarkable breakthrough in the ratings of internet radios, the United States, Canada and Australia. By Jove! We're impressed! Daniel Roure has a deep voice, pleasant, well-modulated with perfect diction, the relaxation, charm. I sometimes find him accents of Jean Sablon especially in the low and slow tempos; he shows, very gentle

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