On Sunday afternoon at 15:00 during the last press conference of Paléo 2013, the storm clouds were already beginning to gather over the L’Asse grounds. A massive storm then arrived a couple of hours later just after the last violinist had played the last note and clarinettist Paul Meyer had taken a bow at the […]
Like a Hurricane: Neil Young opens the Festival in epic style!
Paléo Day one – Concert reviews by Jonas Parson of the following acts: Southern Lonesome Comfort Company, Mama Rosin, Shangan Electro, Sophie Hunger, Heymoonshaker, Mokoomba, Jagwa Music, Les Clandestines, Filharmonic von Strass, and of course the headline act of the night – Neil Young. Note: latest news (Weds 24th July at 13:35) Despite the storms of last […]
Making Shepherd’s Pie for Joe Cocker and been given Neil Young’s Harmonica – Chris Parson, English translator for Paléo tells us of his 25 years at the festival
Here’s a great little interview by Jonas with Chris Parson, the English translator at Paléo. Read on to find out why he was given Neil Young’s harmonica, how Joe Cocker loves Shepherd’s Pie (and hates broccoli!), what happened when Oasis played at the festival and how the Stranglers didn’t like being served white wine out […]
From Santana, Blur and Nick Cave to Palma Violets, The Skints and Alt-J: Established Rock Stars and Rising Talents for Paleo Festival’s 38th Edition
Paleo festival revealed the line-up for its 38th edition this morning in Nyon, at the Uni Global headquarters in the centre of town. Daniel Rosselat introduced the press conference by expressing the hope that the sun shining outside would prove a good omen for the weather during the Festival itself, which will take place […]