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THE BRAND NEW York indie band French was formed by former Flower members Ian Adam and Andrew Bordwin. (The spouse of Blossom splintered off into Versus.) With Wayne on acoustic guitar and vocals, Bordwin on drums, and Maria Ocanto on bass, French released a set of EPs in 1996 around …

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Dan Bigras

Dan Bigras is a France rock and roll singer, songwriter, and musician from Quebec whose award-winning saving career was in conjunction with a successful tv acting career. Delivered on Dec 23, 1958, in Montreal, Quebec, he produced his record debut in 1990 with Ange Pet. His second record, Tue-Moi, was …

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La Rumeur

La Rumeur certainly are a People from france hip-hop quartet with a solid foundation in the cités (or immigrant suburbs) of Paris, renowned for his or her politically subversive and confrontational lyrical content material. Composed of MCs Ekoué, Hamé, Mourad, and Philippe (all graduates of People from france colleges), La …

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Diane Dufresne

A favorite French-language performer having a profession that extended to almost five years, Diane Dufresne studied tone of voice and art in Paris before time for Montreal (her birthplace, given birth to Sept of 1944) to start out her profession in music. Her debut in Montreal, in 1969’s Clemence Desrochers’ …

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Parabellum

Self-proclaimed “swamp metallic” ensemble Parabellum 1st crawled from the Everglades’ murky depths (or Pensacola, FL, to become precise) in 1995, nonetheless it would have a slew of demos and almost ten years of work before their uncompromising amalgam of Southern sludge (Crowbar, Eyehategod, etc.), American doom (Saint Vitus, Rest, etc.), …

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The Fivepenny Piece

The Fivepenny Piece was — and in addition — a quintet from Lancashire who saw considerable success in Britain through the 1970s, within the television pop/rock scene; they sounded just like a ’70s edition from the Seekers with an increase of of the pop bent, and for his or her …

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Les Petits Chanteurs de Saint-Marc

Famed because of their appearance in Christophe Barratier’s 2004 Oscar-nominated Les Choristes, Les Petits Chanteurs de Saint-Marc (known in Spain as Los Chicos del Coro de Saint-Marc) are among the world’s most well-known children’s choirs. Produced in 1986 by movie director Nicolas Porte at Lyon’s Saint-Marc University, the blended choir …

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Slaï

Originally from Guadeloupe, zouk recording artist Slaï emerged in the past due ’90s among the niche genre’s rising stars, quickly becoming not just a reputed performer, yet a label owner and an effective producer aswell. Slaï spent his early years in the Parisian suburbs, time for his indigenous Guadeloupe for …

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Luce Dufault

Luce Dufault reigned for over ten years among the most popular Francophone functions in her local Canada. Given birth to August 19, 1966, in Orléans, Ontario, she performed in regional stores while in her mid-teens, later on becoming a member of the blues-inspired group Steady Mates. In 1992 she was …

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Gérard Philipe

Gérard Philipe is a legendary France actor who was simply mixed up in cinema through the 1940s and ’50s. Delivered Gérard Philip on Dec 4, 1922, in Cannes, France, he researched on the Conservatory of Dramatic Artwork in Paris through the early to middle-’40s. He started his professional profession in …

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