5 Jul

The Réseau des médiathèque Lunel Agglo invites the singer, songwriter and composer from Montpellier for a concert in the Saint-Sériès municipal park, Friday July 5 at 9pm.

Justine Blue has the blues in her blood. It's not for nothing that she won the Prix révélation Blues sur Seines in 2017, before becoming the winner of the Tremplin Jazz à Sète 2023-2024.

Few French bands play this music so naturally. And very few French singers have such a mastery of their voices and lyrics in English.

In the meantime, she has come a long way, culminating in her debut album True, released in 2022, which you will discover live. 13 tracks, at the crossroads of soul, blues and rhythm?n?blues, plus two covers, will sweep you away with Justine Blue?s voice delicately set to the impeccable groove of the musicians.
The album closes with Fallin, an engaging text about homelessness.

"Seeing people sleeping outside is something that shocks me. Having sung on the streets has obviously made me more aware of that. These people are often very sensitive. I wanted to talk about it. It's this sensitivity that keeps us alive, that makes art, relationships and life," confides the artist.

Practical info: July 5, 9pm, Parc municipal de Saint-Sériès.

-Open to all - Free admission
-Information on 04 67 15 19 96 or
-Concert proposed by the Lunel Agglo network of media libraries in partnership with Jazz à Junas