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Michel Benebig


Michel Benebig was born in Noumea, New Caledonia - South-Pacific in June 27, 1964. Michel started played bass-guitar, accordéon and keyboards in dancing bands at age 11. He studied classical piano from 16 to 26 yers old, at the Noumea Music-School (ETM), then in France (C.N.R de Besancon from 1990 to 1992). Michel started playing the B3Hammond-organ in June 1992, as a self-taught musician, he taught himself how to play foot-pedal bass and Jazz-Organ technics... Michel Bénébig mett the greatest Jazz & Blues organists like : Jimmy Mc Griff ( Atlanta - Georgia USA )in february 1995 and the legendary and 'Incredible' Jimmy Smith ( Oakland - California USA ) in January 1996, Rhoda Scott ( Nouméa - New Calédonia ) in May 1996, December 1996 and October 1998.. Michel did performed with great Jazz-musicians like : Bruce Forman ( guitar ), Lewis Nash ( drums ), Tony Monaco ( organ ),Randy Johnston ( guitar ) and many more... Michel Benebig is a professional Jazz & Blues organist, fondator of the "AMJ-BECA" ( Association des Musiciens de Jazz & Blues pour les Echanges et la Création Artistique ), Artistique Director of 'YAARI', composer and band leader...



Label: Rhombus Records
Released: 2013


News: Performance / Tour

Michel Benebig July Tour in Melbourne, Australia

Michel Benebig July Tour in Melbourne, Australia

The Michel Benebig Soul-Jazz Quintet featuring: Shem Cam Mc Allister Lachlan Davidson Dave Palmer Mike Jordan Michel Benebig On tour in Melbourne in July 2008. Program tour: JUL 20 :: Bennetts Lane Jazz Club JUL 22 :: Spencers Live JUL 23 :: Paris Cat Jazz Club JUL 24 :: Bernies Music Land JUL 25 :: Blue ...


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