Jean-Michel Veillon is best known as the flute player with the Breton groups Kornog and Pennou Skoulm. He pioneered the use of the wooden flute in Breton music, and is also an excellent player of Irish tunes. His musical style is sensitive yet powerful, full of energy, subtlety, and great feeling. He is regarded by many musicians as the Celtic world’s finest player of the wooden flute.
Yvon Riou is a guitar player from the coast of Tregor. He started with playing the open tuning popularized in Brittany by guitarists like Soïg Sibéril and Gilles Le Bigot, later developing his own very personal style of accompaniment. Riou has a guitar style and sound like no other.