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Aubert chante Houellebecq : les parages du vide

Jean-Louis Aubert (performer), Michel Houellebecq (based on the work of)
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Aubert chante Houellebecq : les parages du vide

About Jean-Louis Aubert

Jean-Louis Aubert (French pronunciation: ​[ʒɑ̃ lwi obɛʁ], born 12 April 1955) is a French singer-songwriter, guitarist, composer and producer. He went on a solo career after the split of the rock band Téléphone that he co-founded.

Early life

Born in Nantua, Ain, France in 1955, Aubert and his two sisters moved with his parents to Senlis, Oise, where his father was a sub-prefect. He was raised by their service people. In 1965, his family moved to Paris. Although he was in the scouts and the choir, Aubert was a difficult child.

Later, he went to school at Lycée Pasteur (Neuilly-sur-Seine) with his friends Louis Bertignac and Olivier Caudron. At the age of 15, they founded their first band, Masturbation. He got his high school diploma in 1973. Rarely focused on his studies, he was already dedicating …Read more on Wikipedia