FADA is a folk-rock chanson voyage through the fairy-inhabited brain of singer and multi-flutist Eleonore Weill. Hailing from southwestern France, Eleonore performs original songs by Miquèu Montanaro, old, traditional, famous, and forgotten songs of resistance, peace, justice, and love in French, Occitan, and English. Her arsenal of wooden flutes from around the world has been known to break into a broiling bal Occitan of Bourees and Branles. ” FADA”, French slang for “crazy”, means literally, “inhabited by fairies.
FADA est une production indépendante qui interprète les chansons de Miquèu Montanaro