Remembering Rootstock 2017


It’s been a little over six weeks since the music, food and wine “feastival”, Rootstock 2017, blew the cobwebs off Pommard and welcomed the Summer good times with supersonic style. With Harvest approaching, and the singing of awesome tunes still ringing in our ears, we wanted to take a look back while the memory is still fresh in our ears, eyes, minds and mouths, at some of our top highlights from our very first rock and jazz festival. What were yours?

Rootstock 2017 Timelapse: Time flies when you’re having fun!

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Joy Astrid Poinsot:  Food is so important to us that we invited TV’s Top Chef Joy-Astrid Poinsot to come and be our top chef for the weekend and light up our Chefs’ Alley with her culinary magic.

Read our Rootstock interview with Joy Astrid Poinsot.

Apollo Complex: Blending inspiration from a large variety of influences, from artists such as Miles Davis, Phish, Herbie Hancock, Led Zeppelin, the Grateful Dead, Pink Floyd, and the Beatles, Apollo Complex rock a sound like no other band around. 

Read our Rootstock interview with Apollo Complex.

Jim Bauer: Having mastered the guitar at age 12, it wasn’t long before destiny came knocking for Jim. In 2014, the young guitarist-singer was noticed by Nouvelle Vague’s Marc Collin, leading to a spot in his celebrated group, Bristol.

Read our Rootstock interview with Jim Bauer.

Franck Amsallem: An acclaimed jazz pianist and pioneer for more than three decades, and a recipient of many major songwriting honors, Franck Amsallem is forever in demand as a composer/arranger, singer and music educator.

Read our Rootstock interview with Franck Amsallem.

Liv Monaghan: With original compositions written by singer Liv Monaghan and double bassist, Sava Medan, this minimalist jazz trio – with Srđan Ivanović on drums – are a bewitching blend of Parisian, Serbian and Bosnian influences that join forces to create something truly remarkable. 

Read our Rootstock interview with Liv Monaghan.

Or-Sha: Tipped for great things in 2017 with the release of their first EP. Check out “Black Coffee” or “Trouble and Strife” on SoundCloud.

Noée and Flo Malley: Ever since Noée captivated audiences with her first performance on Nouvelle Star 2016, her legion of fans continue to grow at a super-fast rate, intent on making her queen of the airwaves. She even performed a few songs with friend, and The Voice superstar, Flo Malley.

Read our Rootstock interview with Noée and Flo Malley.

Eoin Harrington Band: Eoin is one of most intoxicating new voices to hit the music scene in years, following the release of his debut album, Confess, in 2011, and support tours with major artists such as Alanis Morrisette and Switchfoot.

Read our Rootstock interview with Eoin Harrington.

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