Le Monde Est Tetu
Saga is an author, singer, interpreter and actor. It was at 13, while listening to his transistor radio, that Saga had his first musical shock. Over the airways he heard the voice and music of John Lee Hoocker. Twenty eight years later, in Santa Rosa California on June 2001, he fulfills his dream to see John Lee Hooker perform live. Ironically, this was the last concert of John Lee Hooker - he died four days later. Saga spent the final years of the 70's on the stage of the Theater Workshop René Simon in Paris. In the years that followed, he continued to act on both stage and film in France and Italy. In 1984, Saga began a new adventure in radio - the 'Radio Libres' - where he brought a unique and controversial style.The 90's Saga settles in San Francisco. In 1995, he has the opportunity to return to Paris to write and record his first album 'Photos Floues', with his friend and composer Igor Bollender. Igor and Saga will create the group Octobre. In 1998, Saga went out on his own and began his solo musical endeavors in California. With different American musicians, he set out to discover whether there was a place for a French blues singer in America - the home of the blues. In 1999, Saga released his first solo album in the United States - 'Face to face'. It was recorded in the Penny Lane studios in Paris in collaboration with Igor Bollender and George Bodossian. In November 2000 Saga and McBurney created the group Saga Tribe along in San Francisco. Many concerts followed for this blues trio in and around the Bay Area. 2003, Saga put his musical endeavors on hold to devote himself only to his small Luna. In the spring of 2006, he teams up again with Paul McBurney to create this latest album 'Le monde est têtu'.