Guitarist/vocalist Michel Rivard and writer/composer Pierre Huet shaped Quenouille bleue in 1970 in the University or college of Quebec in Montreal for art-show shows. The duo added key pad participant Robert Leger and later on vocalist/pianist Marie-Michele Desrosiers, changing their name to Beau Dommage in 1973. Authorized by Capitol, the music group (which also included drummer Actual Desrosiers and bassist Pierre Bertrand) released a self-titled recording two years later on. Ou Est Passe la Noce? adopted the same 12 months and El Autre Jour Se Leve en Ville in 1977. With Rivard and Marie-Michele Desrosiers desperate to start solo professions and all of those other band prepared to keep, Beau Dommage split up, liberating Passagers and Les Grands Succes de Beau Dommage in 1978. The music group re-formed in 1984 for a particular live show; live times from Montreal had been put together onto two 1985 albums, Au Discussion board de Montreal and 26 et 27 Octobre 1984 Au Discussion board de Montreal. The best hits recording Leurs Plus Grands Succes premiered in 1988.
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