Clique & Clac
Pascale Frossard was born in the East of France and grew up to the sounds of Frank Sinatra, Mike Brant etc. As a teenager, she bathed in the sounds of Earth Wind and Fire, Stevie Wonder, Diana Ross, Marvin Gaye music as well as musicals and African American films. She then started writing songs, inspired by Boris Vian and Claude Nougaro, amongst others. At the same time, she started studying to become a nurse. At the age of 20, she met a musician and it was love at first sight, both musically and emotionally. He helped her discover Jazz Fusion ( Miles Davis, Jaco, Dizzy, Al Jarreau etc ). She began showcasing her talents as a singer by jamming in various clubs. Using this experience as a springboard, she found a number of gigs as the lead singer and started writing for other singers. 2000 was the year that she really came into her own as a singer, she started writing her own texts working with Soul Music Funk and Latin music and at the same time, she started to get into Harmonies Jazz. Initially the band was a trio ( Guitar, Bass, Vocals ) and 2 years later grew to include a drummer. For two years the band toured in clubs, theatres, festivals and bars. In the beginning of 2006, Pascale Frossard decided to record a CD reflecting her musical tastes and diversity.