Tuesday, 31 July 2007
...de la Telegram (Massachusetts):
“Trouz Bras (pronounced ‘True Brazz’) means ‘Great Sound’ in the Celtic language of Brittany, the ancient country that now finds itself in the northwestern region of France. It also translates as ‘Big Noise’ - a reference to the loud Breton bagpipes that fuel the band's driving sound.
Catapulting traditional Breton dance tunes into the 21st century, Trouz Bras combines swirling bagpipes and soaring fiddle with a rocking rhythm section. The band is led by bagpiper and vocalist Ray Price, a native Welshman who has expanded his Celtic roots to become a global ambassador of Breton music and dance...”