Despite his anonymous pseudonym, French rock and roll experienced Paul Personne is inarguably perhaps one of the most well-known and best-loved blues-rock musicians of his generation. Blessed Rene-Paul Roux in Argenteuil in 1949, he initial fell deeply in love with the music of Edith Piaf and Charles Aznavour before his breakthrough of Johnny Hallyday and Eddy Mitchell motivated him to depart the accordion for your guitar and drums. At age group 17, he produced the short-lived L’Origine, one of the bands he’d front on the following decade, like the 15-piece La Folle Entreprise, Bracos Music group, and Backstage, the last mentioned of whom he documented two albums with in the past due ’70s prior to the group disbanded. Implementing the name of Paul Personne, he released his self-titled debut single record in 1982, that was accompanied by 1983’s industrial peak, Exclusif, house towards the strike singles “Comme el Etranger” and “Ça Va Rouler.” Attempting to do it again its achievement, he had taken a back-seat function for the last mentioned fifty percent of the 10 years until a well-received functionality on the Quebec Festival reignited his innovative streak. After that, he continued to be a mainstay in the French blues-rock picture, getting the Bus d’Acier in 1991, dealing with youth heroes Mitchell on 1993’s Rio Grande and Hallyday in a concert on the Parc des Princes, and releasing a string of critically acclaimed albums including Rêve Sidéral d’un Naïf Identificationéal, which found him synergy with another manufacturer (Ian Taylor) for the very first time in his profession. Personne stayed a prominent live existence through the entire 2000s, and in 2007 he garnered popular album with vocalist/songwriter Hubert-Félix Thiéfaine in the collaborative work Amicalement Blues.