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Technical requirements:

Stage dimensions: 16’ wide x 10’ deep (absolute minimum 13’ wide x 6’ deep).

Grounded & clean AC power (please no fluorescents or any lights or light dimmers on the same circuit), minimum 2 x grounded outlets on stage.

Satori will provide its own backline and does not need a PA for clubs and small venues.


-2 x SM58 or equivalent vocal / announcement mics & associated mic stands

-3 x Shure SM57 mics and 3 x small mic stands for guitar

-1 x mic & mic stand and 1 x DI for bass

-1 x kick mic, 1 x snare mic, 1 x hi hat mic, 3 x tom mics, 2 x overhead mics & associated mic stands for drums

-16 channels mixing board minimum.

-No sound engineer is provided by the band.


  1. -       3 x full range monitors (3 x floor or 2 floor & one side).

Contact & booking                                                                    Laurent Brondel

                                                                                                 207 674 2660


Laurent Brondel is a musician and luthier originating from Paris, France. He currently lives in Maine. Besides producing his own recordings for Skam Records, Tone Casualties and Statra he also engineered and produced records for Cuong Vu, Myra Melford, Geoffrey Oryema and other jazz / avant-garde / world musicians.

Charles Ellingwood is an 19-year veteran of the bass guitar and over that time has both performed and taught many styles of music including jazz, funk, hip-hop, country, rock and reggae.  Over the past decade, Charles has performed extensively with multiple artists across southern Maine. Prior to that Charles worked as a gigging bass player in South Florida.

Cameron Lopez was born in California but has deep ties in Maine were he is currently residing. His unique sound is the blending of various styles making up his eclectic taste in music. He graduated from the University of Maine at Augusta Jazz and Contemporary Music Program in 2014

A mix of original compositions and interpretations of classics from Jimi Hendrix, David Sylvian, Daniel Lanois, Eric Johnson, David Grissom, Mahavishnu, Billy Cobham, Frank Zappa and more.

Laurent Brondel

Charles Ellingwood

Cameron Lopez

Guitar & Vocals