The immortal song "Clopin Clopant" was sung by Pierre Dudan, by Edith Piaf, by Yves Montand (sometimes accompanied by Henri Crolla) but also by Jean Sablon (who in turn had Django as accompanist), and by many others.
The band from Toulouse that took over this name brings us back to those years when jazz and dance were intimately mixed together. Noham Lerville on guitar, Bruno Marmey on drums and Gabriel Midon on double bass form a crazy trio of rhythm that accompanies singer Sara Longo. They are nicknamed the tireless swing!
The lindy hop came back very fashionable and that made the beautiful nights of the Cotton Club with the "Lindys hopers" will be on the program for the dancers and will charm the ears of the non-dancers spectators.
For the curious the name of Lindy hop comes from the flight of Charles Lindbergh in 1927 on the spirit of Saint Louis. "Lindy" (diminutive Lindbergh) and "hop" to greet the crossing of the Atlantic.