Gaëtan Roussel
Gaëtan Roussel

Gaëtan Roussel

About Gaëtan Roussel

Gaëtan Roussel is a French singer/songwriter and guitarist who rose to fame in the rock band Louise Attaque, and whose eponymous album debut, released in 1997, is one of the most successful French rock albums of all time, having sold two-and-a-half million copies. After the band's second album, however, Roussel split from Louise Attaque and founded a new band, Tarmac, which released three albums, none of which reached the Top Ten. Roussel subsequently reunited with Louise Attaque for a third album, but left the band once again and collaborated at length with Alain Bashung on the chart-topping album Bleu Pétrole (2008). A couple years later, Roussel made his solo album debut with Ginger (2010), a Top Ten effort featuring the single "Help Myself (Nous Ne Faisons Que Passer)." ~ Jason Birchmeier

  • BORN
    October 13, 1972

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