French pop iconoclast Yves Jamait was created and raised in Dijon. As a teenager at summer season camp, he found out the music of protest vocalist Maxime le Forestier and started writing his personal songs, later on co-founding the group L’Adam de Sagesse. Jamait’s music profession however foundered, and upon beginning a family group he began operating some factory careers. He continuing moonlighting at regional clubs, however, and finally earned regional renown fronting the group De Verre en Vers, which also included guitarist Laurent Delort, bassist Marc Descroites, accordionist Christophe Marozzi, and drummer Herve Faisandaz. In 2001, De Verre en Vers authorized to the Wagram label to concern its self-titled debut LP, prompting the after that-38-year-old Jamait to finally quit his day time job. The recording proved a substantial French strike, and five years afterwards Jamait released the follow-up, Le Coquelicot. Finally in a position to devote himself full-time to music, Jamait was a lot more successful in the next years. His following studio record, Je Passais par Hasard, found its way to 2008 and, the next calendar year, he released the live record En Concert. He became observed for spectacular concert events such as for example his Television marathon Pubs ? Jamait and his epic 20-concert, tenth wedding anniversary festivities in Dijon followed with the city’s symphony orchestra. His 4th studio record, Saison 4, which highlighted even more of a rock and roll sound, premiered in 2011.