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VOLO - FRANCE< Artists
Duet composed by the two brothers Frédéric and Olivier Volovitch, two voices and a guitar
Two voices and one guitar, Volo is a duet composed of the brothers, Frédéric and Olivier Volovitch who started their career in 2001.
A duet of the French song which is very interesting to listen to. A group with a lot of quality in their creations and transmitting good vibes to its audience when he plays its music. A music full of feeling.
Since they offered their first concerts in 2002, the Volovitch brothers have performed throughout France. Their music has played live in places such as the "Cigale" room, the "Trianon Theater", the concert hall "Bataclan", the concert hall "Olympia", or the "Festival de Francofolies de la Rochelle", among others . As well as recording multiple discs.
A group able to offer the public a varied typology of compositions, but always maintaining a musical line argued, keeping the essence of the group.
Their different influences can move from a ballad to a rhythm, from an arpeggio to a riff, giving prominence and beauty to the voice, the text and the melody.
This group has created a very original and electric work, always maintaining consistency.
During its 15 years of existence, the French group Volo has recorded five studio albums. Specifically: "Bien Zarbos" in 2005, "Jours Heureux" in 2007, "En attendant" in 2009, "Sans rire" in 2013 or its last album "Chanson française" in 2017.
In addition, this group recorded the album in concert "Blancs amnteaux à Volo" in 2006, a compilation called "C'est pas tout ça" recorded in 2010 and an extended play (EP) called "Bref ..." in 2008 and which included Three titles; "Ma P'tite Chanson", "J'espère" and "Bref ...".
Volo in their performances uses an Alhambra Guitar Crossover CS-1 CW with Fishman preamp.
You can get more information about the Volo group on their website and different official social networks: