Jean-Michel Jarre Talks To CelebrityAccess About His First North American Tour In 32 Years

He has sold 80 million albums worldwide – as of 14 years ago. The latest installment of Oxygène – Oxygène 3 – was released in 2016 sounding as innovative as the original, with Radiophonie vol. 9 released last year. CelebrityAccess spoke with Jarre from Paris as he was returning from Shanghai and moving equipment from his studio to his home. Read more. Advertisements Continue reading Jean-Michel Jarre Talks To CelebrityAccess About His First North American Tour In 32 Years

Six dates in Canada in US in April 2018

Jean-Michel Jarre has announced a series of dates in Northern America in addition to Coachella, six dates in total. He will notably perform in Houston, where he gave the biggest concert in the history back in 1986. Tour dates: 04/09 Dallas, TX – Verizon Theatre at Grand Prairie 04/10 Houston, TX – Smart Financial Center 04/13 Indio, CA – Coachella 04/17 Vancouver, BC – Orpheum Theatre 04/18 Seattle, … Continue reading Six dates in Canada in US in April 2018

Los Angeles Times: Jarre’s Saturday concert will end a four-decade L.A. drought

When the French electronic composer Jean-Michel Jarre gives his first Los Angeles performance at the Microsoft Theater on Saturday night, the Grammy-nominee will end an extended absence that has stretched across 40 years and dozens of concerts around the world. Read more. Continue reading Los Angeles Times: Jarre’s Saturday concert will end a four-decade L.A. drought

Newsweek’s review and interview of Jarre’s recent work (May, 2017)

At Radio City, Jarre’s show was sonically and visually stunning, as laser effects and other gorgeous visuals blended with music from his three Oxygène albums; 2015’s Electronica, Volume I: The Time Machine, including the title track, which Jarre played with what is known as a laser harp, and 2016’s Electronica, Volume II: The Heart of Noise, which includes “Exit,” his bold collaboration with NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden. Read more. Continue reading Newsweek’s review and interview of Jarre’s recent work (May, 2017)