Jean-Marc is Cour Supreme’s voice. He also masters the band’s low frequencies.

With Fool Moon he has been roaming the stages of France and Navarre for more than 20 years (more than 1000 gigs played) and has performed at events such as the Bol D’or or the South by Southwest festival.

Bassist/singer since the age of 16, he has always shared music with friends, like sharing a good meal.
His influences:
– on bass: Phil Lesh, Rick Danko, Jack Cassady, Berry Oakley, Larry Taylor.
– on vocals: Paul Rodgers, Taj Mahal, Van Morrison, Greg Allman, Bob Weir.

“My musical chakras opened around 14 years old, after a concert by Mama Béa Tékielski.

I was instantly hooked by the Blues, the psychedelic music of the West Coast, the  New Orleans music too and the (good old) Hard Rock. Very quickly, the need to imitate my mothers and my fathers emerged, leading me to bass and vocals in beautiful musical and human experiences.

I’ve always liked playing in a trio like Hot Tuna, BBA, Cream, Hendrix… The trio leaves space for the music but requires strong musicians with personality. For this reason, I like playin’ with my two accomplices.”