Franck SitbonFranck (* 1957) is a composer, arranger, singer, and pianist. He studied piano at Dick Grove Music School in Los Angeles and toured the West Coast and Canada for 18 months.
His professional career has put him forward on multiple musical paths: jazz, salsa, rock, funk, Brazilian music and variety.
His presence as a singer, pianist, organist and keyboardist has been noticed on stage but also on the credits of several albums alongside many artists such as: Bernard Lavilliers, Nicole Croisille, Jacques Higelin, Elsa, Yannick Noah, Catherine Lara, Sacha Distel , Dany Brillant, Thierry Amiel, Fabienne Thibeault, Charles Aznavour, Patrick Bruel, Richard Galliano, Natasha St Pier, Emmanuel Djob and more recently Véronique Sanson.
Franck also contributed to film credits (La Baston, David Copperfield in which he is also the singing voice of Mealy, Le Manège enchanté...). Franck Sitbon is a regular on television and radio shows: Taratata, Sacrée Soirée, Star 90, Si on chantait, Coucou c'est nous, Dimanche Martin, La Chance aux chansons, Make the party, Studio 22, Top live.
He was the pianist for the M6 show La Nouvelle Star from 2003 to 2010. He is also the songwriter of Amel Bent's 3rd single Do not hold back your tears. He was the musical director of the show "Grease" at the Comédia Theater and at the Palais des Congrès.
Franck Sitbon followed the training of trainers at the Variety Studio in 2011 in order to be able to complete his experience as a singer musician with training as a vocal coach. He is the lead voice of the gospel album "GLORY" released in 2012 recorded with Charles Dumas' Family One choir. He is also a pianist in the orchestra of "THE VOICE KIDS".
The Past Builds The Future
Trippin 'N' Rhythm Records
recorded in Paris/France; Alhambra, CA; Pacific Palisades, CA/USA
U-Nam, guitar, keyboards, bass, drums, chimes, vocals
Gary Meek, soprano sax, alto sax, tenor sax
Bobby Rangell, sax, flute
Jeff Lorber, clavinet, Fender Rhodes, Hammond B-3 organ
Franck Sitbon, Fender Rhodes, Hammond B-3 organ
Guy N'Sangue, bass
Franck Ridacker, drums, tambourine
Kovas, chimes, shaker
Rahsaan Patterson, vocals
Phil Perry, vocals
Back From The 80's
Trippin 'N' Rhythm Records
recorded in Paris/France; Hollywood, CA; Pacific Palisades, CA; Sylmar, CA/USA
U-Nam, guitars, keyboards, drums, percussion
Marie Aude Guyon, alto sax
Thierry Farrugia, tenor sax, flute
Paris Horns, horns
Bernard Camoin, trombone
Christian Martinez, trumpet, flugelhorn
Franck Sitbon, clavinet, Fender Rhodes, Hammond B-3 organ, vocals
Jeff Lorber, Fender Rhodes
The M.A.'s Strings Section, strings
The Merkevah Orchestra, strings
Alex Al, bass
Melvin Davis, bass
Steve "The Scotsman" Harvey, drums, percussion
Andy Narell, steel drums
Michael White, drums
Denis Benarrosh, claves, congas, percussion
Paulinho Da Costa, percussion
Trippin 'N' Rhythm Records TNR34
U-Nam, guitar, keyboards, bass
The Paris Horn Section
Franck Sitbon, clavinet, piano, organ
The M.A. String Orchestra
Mike White, drums
Denis Benarrosh, percussion
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