Website of Neos Productions, a Hawaii-based record label run by
world-class producer Bob St John, on which all of Carole & Florent
ATEM's albums were released.
MICHAEL ANGELO BATIO
The official website of Michael Angelo Batio, voted the "n°1
shredder of all time", who invented and was the first player
ever of the double guitar, with whom Carole & Florent ATEM had
the honor to perform live in Tahiti in 2008 and 2009.
The official website of guitar hero Joe Satriani, whose musicians
and producer - drummer Jeff Campitelli, bassist Matt Bissonette
and John Cuniberti - worked with Florent Atem on his Dreamtown
The official website of bass player Matt Bissonette from Los Angeles,
who has worked with Joe Satriani, Ringo Starr, Peter Frampton, Brian
Wilson, Don Henley, David Lee Roth, Christopher Cross, among others,
and who also took part in the recording of Florent Atem's Dreamtown
The official website of world-class bassist Michael Manring from
San Francisco, who took part in the recording of Florent Atem's
Dreamtown album and with whom Carole and Florent had the
pleasure to perform live in Tahiti in 2005 and 2009.
The official website of Hawaiian singer Henry Kapono, one of Hawaii's
biggest stars with whom Carole & Florent ATEM - who used to
be part of his band - performed many times in Hawaii from 1999 to
2005 but also in Tahiti in 2003.
The official website of Texas-based rock guitar player and singer
Eric Johnson, whom Carole and Florent had the pleasure to meet in
Los Angeles in 2005.
The official website of Los Angeles-based stringed instrument maker
Michael Lipe, who has worked with some of the biggest names in the
music industry including Joe Satriani, Michael Angelo Batio, Carlos
Santana, David Bowie, Brian May (from the band Queen), Steve Vai,
Paul Gilbert, Tommy Shannon (bassist of the late Stevie Ray Vaughan),
and who also built one of Florent Atem's main electric guitars.
An online guide to concerts, attractions and other entertainment-related
events in Polynesia.
A website about venues, clubs and nightlife events, run by local
youngsters and dedicated to Polynesian youth.