Stylistically rooted in American folk music, children’s music performer Steve Waring is a French singer, songwriter, and banjoist having a deep catalog that spans several decades. Created in 1943 in France, he produced his documenting debut in 1966. Through the 1970s he released a number of albums for the label Le Chant du Monde that discovered him discovering traditional American folk music. For example, the recording Les Grenouilles (1975) features French-language adaptations of tracks by Tom Paxton and Woody Guthrie alongside unique material such as for example “Les Grenouilles” and “Le Matou Reviente,” which is performed with a music group comprised musically of banjo, acoustic guitar, Celtic flute, harp, Jew’s harp, and spoons. In old age, Waring founded himself as a favorite performer of children’s music. Latter-day albums released on Le Chante du Monde through the compact disc period consist of L’Ogresse (1990), Histoires ? Musique (1994), Le Colporteur (1994), Rond Gives (1999), La Baleine Bleue (2000), Les Grenouilles (2000), Le Ramoneur Rouge (2000), Les Animaux des Poètes (2005), and En Sortant de l’École (2006). Discharge dates vary, nevertheless, as these album had been often reissued again and again. Furthermore to his Le Chante du Monde result, Waring released some albums over the label Rym Musique including 5 Frères Dans le Puits (1998), Il Était une Chanson (2000), Chnoques (2001), and Les Vacances de Woody (2003). He also released music over the label Victorie Music, you start with the record Le Retour du Matou (2008).