Antoine Bleck started his career from his restaurant lounge Opia in Manhattan, where he used to play with some very talented Brazilian musicians. Since the release of his first CD in 2003 he met the very talented Charlelie Couture (for those who don't know him, he is a kind of French Elvis costello with the voice of Dr. John). Bleck writes the melodies, and plays and Charlelie has been a terrific coach to Bleck, and helped him with lyrics, and all his experience of recording 23 albums. His second album 'mes illusions' tells the story of a song writter and his illusions, his souvenirs of chilhood (Mlle Nostalgie) or when he first moved to New York from France, 'Central Park' 'Opia sky' 'Sophie's song'. The sound is definitely European, with a touch of jazz and his singing is good crooning... like frenchcrooner.com.