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R.Wan

The lead vocalist from the stylistically wide-ranging French band Java, R.Wan embarked on the solo profession in the mid-2000s and released some Radio Cortex albums. Created Erwan Seguillon and hailing from Paris, he co-founded Java in 1997 with bandmates François Xavier Bossard (aka Fixi; accordion, key pad), Jérôme Boivin (aka Pépouseman; dual bass), and Alexis (aka Bistrol Banto; drums). Authorized to a documenting contract using the Sony subsidiary label S.M.A.L.L., the music group made it is full-length record debut in 2000 with Hawaï. The band’s powerful live present was showcased over the follow-up record, Sur Seine (2001). The 3rd Java record, the studio work Safari Croisière (2003), was the band’s most effective to date, achieving number 31 over the French albums graph. While Java continuing to perform reside in concert in following years, the bandmembers centered on aspect projects if they weren’t touring jointly. R.Wan embarked on the solo career seeing that an eclectic singer/songwriter and produced his full-length record debut with Radio Cortex (2006) over the Makasound label. The record spawned the one “Lâche l’Affaire.” Radio Cortex, Vol. 2 (2008) implemented a few years afterwards, spawning the one “Demain.”

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