Fred is a classical saxophone player but also a multi-
but only for a couple of month!
Because Fred returned very fast to his first love: The stage!
To the sake of music that fills him: Sax, vocals, guitar, bass, orchestral conducting, flute, piano or drums. All this medium for expressing his artistic talent and to consume his art.
Over the years he followed on with concerts in France and Europe (Paris, Luxembourg, Berlin, Ljubljana, Warsaw, Riga) distinguishing as a soloist of many groups: Funky P, Saxitude, Mister Goldhand. Through his diverse experiences he gets a solid formation to every styles of music: Funk, Pop, Jazz and Electro.
Discover his universe in his latest album “Introspection”. 12 songs that he composed, played and recorded entirely solo.
Since 2013 “Artist MicRec (LV), discover the first single of the duo “ Vins un Vina ”
Actual Projects: Mister Goldhand, TNNE (special guest)
Past projects: Funky P, Saxitude, 6Fun, SalsaBor
Gilles is one of the most requested drummer in Luxembourg. His drum playing is extremely manifold.
He started playing drums at the age of 14 at the Conservatory of Luxembourg with Al Ginter.
In 1996 he was accepted in Bruno Castellucci’s jazz department at the Royal Conservatory of Brussels.
At the same time he participated on different workshops held by Dave Weckl, Steve Smith, Terry Bozzio, Rick Latham, Ed Thigpen, Marco Minnemann.
Low Density Corporation, Cluster5 (with ex-
As a fan of progressive rock and especially of Marillion, he began to start in early 1988 as a singer for a cover-
Beside some gigs as a guest vocalist, No Name was always his main band.
Unfortunately he left the band in September 2010 due to different misunderstandings.
After a break of more than a year he accepted to participate on Alex’s new project.
Initially intended for just one song it ended in a complete album.
Hello, I introduce myself…
I am one of the founders of No Name in 1988. I began to play piano at the age of 6 years at the Conservatory of Luxembourg …
In 1990 I began to write my first songs for No Name and was the main composer of the band. After the split in February 2011, I never stopped composing of my own.
One Year later I asked Patrick if he would contibute to my new project to perform on one single song, that he agreed.