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Indigo Night, 2013

SummerHall, Edinburgh, UK

The first stage show emerging from the 7x7 body of work. As Nile Rodgers, accompanied only by his 'billion dollar guitar', improvises on the theme of 'F', interweaving tales of Harlem with the story of his own remarkable life and songs from his legendary repertoire, Jean Pierre creates a Pop-Meets-Constructivism inspired artwork -  from the glory days of the 'Harlem Renaissance' in the 1920's to the present time.  The musical backdrop of the performance includes a seven part suite specially composed by Rodgers for Indigo Night. There are also amazing projections,  including a short film conceived by Pierre Maillard for the 1st movement of Rodgers' Indigo Suite. These ground-breaking performances were premiered over two nights at , Summerhall, Edinburgh.

"Rodgers and Muller proved to be joyous company in one of the most life-affirming events of the year." (The Herald) 
"The mix of pop-art, hit music and the pair's engaging personalities are certainly a winning combination ( ... ) and, whatever happens, if you get the opportunity to see it just go!" (The Spill) 
"...while Muller painted in the background and a cast of female assistants dressed to the nines shifted free-standing images around the stage( ... ), Rodger's charisma drove forward a special evening." (The Scotsman)

"Si nous sommes avec (Nile) en Ecosse, c'est par la magie de Jean Pierre Muller( ... ) Cool, ces nuits bleues de Harlem..." (Le Soir)