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New York, New York, February 1st 2006 - As a child Jehro’s imagination was fuelled by the dreams of his Greek-Italian-Corsican mother, and the songs of his Georges Brassens-inspired singer of a father. So it’s no surprise that he grew out of an eventful, if not quite misspent, adolescence in the Panier area of Marseille by putting his voice to the songs of the great French artists. Aged twenty he left his native Mediterranean shores and crossed the Channel to pursue fame and fortune in London. There, in a Hammersmith artists’ squat to be precise, he happily immersed himself in pop, rock and reggae, surrounded by Spanish and Jamaican musicians. Perfecting his skills as a guitarist by tirelessly covering all his favorite pop standards, he broke free from his native French by lending his voice to the songs of his new-found idols - he literally fell in love with Bob Marley’s music, its roots and its spirituality, when busking to it in the tube. Having been put through his paces in a rich and colorful array of bands and venues, Jehro decided it was time to move on he and made Paris his next port of call, settling in a small hotel on the rue Marcadet in the 18th district. A new city meant new haunts : Pigalle, Montmartre, Belleville, Saint-Germain…
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