Photo : Ronald Labelle
Jean-Guy Moreau is mainly known as a stand-up comedian and impersonator. In the early 1960s, he started to do imitations of the singer-songwriters of the period.
For this show, presented at La Butte, he was accompanied by François Cousineau, born in Montreal on May 10, 1942. A pianist, composer, conductor and arranger, François Cousineau left his mark on the Quebec scene over several decades. He composed the music for many successful songs for renowned artists such as Robert Charlebois, Céline Dion and Jean-Pierre Ferland. With Diane Dufresne and Luc Plamondon, he was associated with the greatest hits of Dufresne’s early career.