b. 11 Might 1952, Paris, France. A politically motivated vocalist, Séchan was created into a middle income environment, but used a working course and left-wing position. He thought we would assault the establishment through his tunes and this resulted in the repertoire he pulls upon, which include tunes of protest against politics and armed service chicanery. Nearly without exclusion, this material is quite French, not merely in vocabulary but also in meaning and intention. This exclusiveness is definitely intensified through tunes couched not really in cosmopolitan north French but also in the patois of Marseilles and Corsica. Séchan drifted from your scene for a couple of years through issues with alcoholic beverages but returned in 2002 with Boucan D’Enfer. Pursuing his second relationship in 2006, Séchan relocated to London, Britain, the move evidently prompted by his dismay at his homeland’s rightward politics drift. His tunes consist of ‘Putain De Camion’ (a tribute to vocalist Coluche), ‘Dès Que Le Vent Soufflera’, ‘Laisse Bélot’, ‘Manhattan-Kaboul’, ‘Morgane De Toi’, ‘La Belle De Mai’, ‘Mistral Gagnant’, ‘It ISN’T Because You Are’, the second option unusually sung partly in British. Séchan has gained honours for 1992’s Renaud Cante Un’ Nord and 2003’s Tournée D’Enfer, aswell as ‘Manhattan-Kaboul’, that was distributed to collaborator Axelle Crimson.