It's now more than 20 years since The Rosenberg Trio has become the world's premier Gipsy-jazz band in the tradition of the great Django Reinhardt.
In 2010, The Rosenberg Trio celebrates Django's 100th anniversary with an ambitious and innovative DIGITAL ONLY release featuring guitarist extraordianire Bireli Lagrene !
THE ROSENBERG TRIO
feat. BIRELI LAGRENE
- Totally FREE 6-track Mini Album - 18-track Album - 57 min. Bonus video documentary offered with album
All directly available from the band's site at groundbreaking price. Also available on all digital music stores such as Itunes, Napster, Amazon, etc.
Check our website for details : www.therosenbergtrio.com RELEASE DATE JANUARY 6, 2010 !
------------------------------------------ BACK IN THE DAYS... There is no precise date when the Rosenberg Trio actually started to be a trio. Being kids of a very musical family they grew up with the music of Django Reinhardt. In 1974 Hans Meelen met for the first time members of the Sinti-community. Stochelo was 6 years old at that time.Hans started to play in the churches with Sani Rosenberg (the father of Nous'che and Nonnie), Wasso Grünholz (grandfather of Stochelo) and Storo Berger on violin.
When Stochelo was about 10 years old he started to play the guitar together with cousin and buddy Nous'che. Hans Meelen formed the band Manouche with Stochelo, Nous'che and Rino van Hooydonk on guitar, Hans on clarinet and Gijs van Helden or Leon de Wijs on bass. They played in Holland and Belgium. In 1980 Hans arranged that they could play for a local radio-station and he used the recordings of that program to introduce the band to a childrens TV-contest. It was only for children so Nous'che, Stochelo and Rino were the only members of the band that were allowed to play there. People loved what they were doing and they won the first price.