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Claude Le Péron, the bassist who accompanied Jean-Jacques Goldman since his first tours of the 80s, died at the age of 72. Michael Jones paid tribute to this very endearing musician, whose good humor radiated from live albums.
Fans of Jean-Jacques Goldman remember him inevitably: with his long rocker hair and his humor, Claude Le Péron was one of the friendliest musicians to have accompanied singer on his tours. Unfortunately, he died during the night of Tuesday 23 to Wednesday 24 June, "as a result of a long illness", according to information from. One of his great friends, Michael Jones, paid tribute to him on Twitter. Publishing and other fellow musicians, the guitarist wrote these few words full of tenderness: "It was the fine team, but the bass player was transferred to the sky , good luck Claude you will be missed. At 72, Claude Le Péron has especially marked the public as a bass player for Jean-Jacques Goldman . But he had started his career a few years earlier, with his other friend Laurent Voulzy and Alain Souchon. It was thanks to the latter that he met the author of Quand la musique est bonne!
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Born in 1948 in Fontenay-sous-Bois, Claude Le Péron began his bassist career in Nantes in the late 60s, first as a musician in local groups. He then founded his own, Zig-Zag, with Jean-Luc Chevalier from Tri Yann. Over the past 50 years, the musician has been part of many formations: Dave Mackey Tree-o, Stan Skibby, the Rapalas, After the rain… He also more recently founded the Tontons Rockers with his son Guillaume. But it is above all his collaborations with leading artists that have marked the spirits. In the 1970s, he played in Crystal , a group founded with his childhood friend Laurent Voulzy and Alain Souchon. Claude Le Péron assured the bass on the albums Coeur Grenadine and Bopper en larmes by Voulzy, and performed on stage for Souchon. Concerts on which he rubbed shoulders with his other friend Jacky Mascarel, who would later become a keyboard player ... on the tours of Jean-Jacques Goldman, too!
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In 1983, while accompanying Alain Souchon on the Champs-Elysées program, the bass player crossed paths with Jean-Jacques Goldman for the first time. "TV shows, you have to arrive in the morning and at 8:30 in the evening. So we have time to discuss, he remembered in 2003 for the site. Jean-Jacques had already seen me with Souchon because he was going to see all his concerts. He adored Souchon. Shortly after, Goldman went on tour, but was not satisfied with his first team of musicians. He then asked his friend Michael Jones to find, among other things, a new bass player who can sing. Learning the news, Claude Le Péron then called the Welshman . "I said, 'Wait, there’s me!'" Said the bass player. Michael then calls Jean-Jacques and says: "There’s a guy who just called me. This is Claude Le Péron. He’s Souchon’s bass player. ” And Jean-Jacques answers: “Yeah yeah”, without hesitation, and then everything went like that! This is really lucky ... "
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Decades of friendship and concerts
This recruitment, for the 1986 Public tour, marked the beginning of a long adventure. Credited to the bass on the studio versions of Je t'giving and Peur de rien blues but above all a stage musician, Claude Le Péron has been on all the tours of Jean-Jacques Goldman . Fans keep in mind his humor, sometimes captured on live albums. On the last one, Un tour ensemble, the bass player greatly entertained the audience when the musicians were introduced. While all his comrades were humming songs from Jean-Jacques Goldman, he had started ... La Digue du cul! A local bawdy song that went perfectly with this adopted Nantes resident. He lived nearby, in Bouaye, and continued to work at age 72 . Big fan of Johnny Hallyday, for whom he had played three times on stage, he gave a special concert shortly after his disappearance: "Gang Le Péron", from the name of the album composed by Goldman for the rocker. Always ready to do the show, he recently prepared a show entirely dedicated to Jean-Jacques Goldman . A project set up with friends which, as Presse-Océan specifies, will see the light of day despite its disappearance.
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