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La Ruda

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Years active  1993–2012
Website  laruda.fr
Record label  Wagram Music
Labels  Wagram Records
Origin  Saumur, France (1993)
La Ruda La Ruda Salska N1005
Past members  Jam, Pee-Why, François, Grub's, Yannos
Albums  Dans la vapeur et le bruit, Passager du réel
Members  Christophe Leveque, Pierre Lebas, Richard Pauvert
Genres  Ska/rocksteady, Rock, Hip-hop/rap
Similar  Marcel et Son Orchestre, Les Caméléons, Babylon Circus, Kargol's, La Rue Kétanou

La ruda dans la vapeur et le bruit live chabada 2004

La Ruda is an alternative rock group from Saumur, France formed in 1993. The group was initially called La Ruda Salska, a name inspired by the Polish town: Ruda Śląska; but also by their musical tastes (rock, ska, salsa), and the type of music they produced. In 2003, after over 10 years of performing as La Ruda Salska, four albums, one of which was live, and nearly 500 concerts, they opted to shorten their name to "La Ruda". This also marked a change in their musical style as they now sound more like a rock band with a brass section.


La Ruda La Ruda Salska

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Band members

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The current band members are Pierrot (lead vocals, lyrics), Manu (drums), Fred (guitar, vocals), Ritchoune (guitar, vocals), Bruixe (Xavier) (bass, since 2005), Roro (trombone, vocals), Philly (saxophone, vocals, since 1997) and Daddy (Michel) (trumpet).

La Ruda La Ruda Salska Tour Dates Concerts amp Tickets Songkick

Former members are Jam (bass, 1993–1999), Pee-Why (bass, 1999–2005), François (saxophone, 1993–1997), Grub's (bass, 1993–1995) and Yannos (guitar, 1993–1995)

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La Ruda La Ruda Salska Paradis YouTube
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Que le bon l'emporteL'art de la joie · 1998
Roots Ska goodsLe Prix du Silence · 1996
L'art de la joieL'art de la joie · 1998


La Ruda Wikipedia

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