Today they are one of the longest-standing Breton music groups surviving from the folk-rock revival of the 1970s. A popular live band in France, Tri Yann is famous for their outlandish costumes and theatrical presentation on stage. The band members are multi-instrumentalists, and usually the number of instruments on the stage is usually far greater than the number of musicians.
Jean-Louis Jossic - Vocals, bombarde
Jean Chocun - Vocals, mandolin, guitar
Jean-Paul Corbineau - Vocals, acoustic guitar
Gérard Goron - Vocals, drums
Jean-Luc Chevalier - Electric guitar, bass guitar
Konan Mevel - Bagpipes, flutes
Fred Bourgeois - Vocals, keyboards
Christophe Peloil - Vocals, violin
Bernard Baudriller - Bass guitar
Jérôme Gasmi - Drums
Christope Le Helley - Flute
Edited by KeithJones on 18 Jan 2013, 15:49
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- Band Members
- Jean-Louis Jossic (1971 - )
- Jean Chocun (1971 - )
- Jean-Paul Corbineau (1971 - )
- Gérard Goron (1977 - )
- Jean-Luc Chevalier (1988 - )
- Konan Mevel (1999 - )
- Fred Bourgeois (1999 - )
- Christophe Peloil (1999 - )
- Bernard Baudriller (1971 - 1985)
- Jérôme Gasmi (1976 - 1977)
- Christope Le Helley (1989 - 1998)
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