Auteur compositeur interprète d’origine québécoise, Christiane Raby explore le jazz, la soul et le folk durant ses études musicales à Montréal. Elle compose ses propres chansons et intègre pendant plusieurs années le groupe vocal a capella La bande Magnétik.
Ils sortent leur premier album : « Trait d’union » en février 2011.
A 15 ans il commence à chercher ses premiers accords. Il apprend à jouer en autodidacte, s’inspirant de musiciens comme Jimmy Hendrix et de bien d’autres groupes dans la mouvance Rock de cette époque.
Double Scott se produit principalement en France et au Québec et a également joué à Carthage en Tunisie.
|Writer, composer and singer Christiane Raby is originally from Quebec. She studied music at Montreal exploring different styles : jazz, soul and folk.She has always written her own material, which she used when performing with « La bande Magnetik » a well – known a capella group from CanadaShe has performed solo at numerous festivals, « Francofolies » et « Festival de jazz » in Montreal, « La Quinzaine Quebecoise » in Paris.Christiane was part of the « Casques Bleus » tour in Korsovo and Bosnia, a team of performers who put on shows in warzones, she has also performed in different state prisons in Canada.
In the year 2000 she signed a record deal with the company « MusiArt » and in 2001 released the album « Si tu passes tout droit » (If you go straight on). In conjunction with the release there followed a music video and a tour around the Quebecan concert halls.
In 2003 Christiane moved to the South of France and established a partnership with guitarist Bernard Scotti and today they are known as the duo « Double Scott ».
« Double Scott » released their first album « Trait d’Union » (Link of Union) in February 2011
|At 15 years old, Bernard Scotti started experimenting with the guitar, finding his first chords. Self taught, he was inspired by great guitarists of the « rock era », including Jimi Hendrix.At 16, he played in local groups, having been impregnated with rock and blues, he discovered and was inspired by « manouche » gypsy music.He became a keen composer and artist, and in the 1980’s he formed « Scotti Quintet » and « Swing Trio ». Later it was with « Mlle Swing » he started touring the French jazz festivals.In 1990 « The Trio ANACORD » was created with Danielle Scotti on guitar and Bernard Turmel on bass guitar. This group jazz toured a wide selection of music festivals, with their own original line up of songs, which won Bernard recognition as an accomplished guitarist and a talented composer.
In 2005 Bernard moved back to the South of France and formed a musical duo with the Canadian, Christiane Raby.
The rest is history…