John C. de Mars, An artist with an interplanetary dimension and why? Is he from another dimension? Did he appear on Earth in a place full of mystery? Hard to guess. The extraterrestrial that he is, chose his first idols among Sting, the Beatles, the Pink Floyd... Rock made him vibrate and warmed his red planet. Then one night, in the middle of the stars, it was Police who invited themselves into his ship. At that moment, something was born... A desire... That of singing and playing too. So he stayed on Earth. By rubbing shoulders with humans, he immersed himself in Rock, groups of musicians, rehearsals in garages, concerts and the pride of bringing this music to Alençon in Lower Normandy. Our Martian has discovered that music is not just about strumming a guitar in our hands. It was also a lot of set-up time, investment for journeys without light speed, energy to move the material without levitation, and above all passion that is close to the heart. And yet... One day everything stopped. Nothing was born. He had nothing more to say. The Martian was returning to his planet. He had spent a lot of time on Earth, and discovered the injustice he fought against. He suffered great wounds as humans know, such as the ravages of alcohol or disease. John C. de Mars carries within him even more sensitivity than many earthlings. So he took refuge on his red lands for 10 years, until he saw the number 44 appear. It was the sign of change. The total change in his life. A decisive turning point where from his planet, he returned to pay us short visits. Relieved of his ailments, he started to write other words again and... The music has returned. Inspired by Magic, Love, Travel and many other feelings, he let the pains of the past dissolve into space. Only the emotions remained, to tint his creations with their strength and breadth. Mars music has become an outlet for grief. On his planet one does not need to sing or play to live. But on Earth, if his creations were to turn into what humans call money, John C. of Mars would gladly let them, for the purpose of supporting disease research.