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RENÉ-LOUIS LAFFORGUE

Biographie

René-Louis Lafforgue. French writer, composer, singer and actor, born on March 13th, 1928 in San Sebastián (Spain) and died on June 3rd, 1967 in a car accident.

He fled to France as a child because of the Spanish Civil War and enjoyed a successful artistic career, doing the first part of Georges Brassens’s shows, composing songs such as Julie La Rousse or Le Poseur De Rail and opening the cabaret “L’École Buissonnière” rue Mouffetard in Paris.