Jean-Louis Aubert

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This article is about French musician and artist. For French dramatist, poet and journalist Jean-Louis Aubert known as Abbé Aubert (1731–1814), see Abbé Aubert.
Jean-Louis Aubert
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Jean-Louis Aubert performing in Strasbourg (25 June 2011)
Background information
Born (1955-04-12) 12 April 1955 (age 61)
Nantua, Ain, France
Genres Rock, Pop
Occupation(s) Singer
Instruments Vocals, guitar, piano, harmonica, drums, lap steel
Years active 1976–present
Labels Virgin EMI
Associated acts Téléphone, Raphaël Haroche, Michel Houellebecq
Website www.jeanlouisaubert.com

Jean-Louis Aubert (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.

He has sold more than 3 million records as a solo musician, and almost 6 million with the band Téléphone. In total, he has given more than 1,250 concerts.

Early life[edit]

In 1955, Aubert and his two sisters moved with his parents to Senlis, l'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 most of his time to his only passion: music.

FRENCH CHARTS WITH ROCK BAND TELEPHONE:

  Anna: 2
  Crache ton venin: 2
  Au coeur de la nuit:3
  Dure limite: 1
  Un autre monde: 2


FRENCH AWARD:

   "victoire de la musique" 1985 with rock band Téléphone.
   "Sacem price musique vivante" 1985 with Téléphone.
   "Album RTL" 2011.
   "victoire de la musique" Roc éclair tour 2012.
   "victoire de la musique" 30 ans de rock 2015.

Solo discography[edit]

(For discography withFrench rock band Téléphone, refer to discography section)

Studio albums[edit]

Year Album Record label Peak positions
FR
[1]
BEL
(Wa)

[2]
SWI
[3]
1987 Plâtre et ciment! Virgin
1992 Bleu blanc vert
1997 Stockholm 2 43  –
2001 Comme un accord 9 35  –
2005 Idéal standard 3 20 73
2009 Premières prises 16 47  –
2012 Roc-éclair EMI 2 10 53
2014 Aubert chante Houellebecq - Les parages du vide Parlophone 2 3 41
2016 Morituri 66

Live albums[edit]

Year Album Record label Peak positions
FR
[1]
BEL
(Wa)

[2]
SWI
[3]
1994 Une Page De Tournée / Deux Pages De Tournée Virgin
1998 Concert Privé M6 13  –  –
2006 Idéal Tour  –  –  –
2012 Live = vivant EMI France 8 11  –

Live DVD[edit]

  • Comme on a fait (2003, Virgin)
  • Idéal Tour (2006, Virgin)
  • Un tour sur moi-même, avec vous (2008, Virgin)

Compilation[edit]

  • Comme on a dit (2003, Virgin) 1986–2003

Box Set[edit]

  • Long Box (2002, 3 CDs, Virgin) 1986–2001

Singles[edit]

Year Single Peak positions Album
FR
[1]
1994 "Temps à nouveau" 34
2001 "Alter ego" 31
2002 "Commun accord" 78
"Milliers, millions, milliards" 88
2003 "Sur la route" (with Raphaël) 29
2005 "Parle-moi" 29
2006 "Ailleurs" 51
2008 "Il y a longtemps que je t'aime" 35
2011 "Demain sera parfait" 55
"Puisses-tu" 100
2012 "Marcelle" 183
"Vingt ans" 193
"A l'eau" 200
2014 "Noir et blanc [Live]"
(Bruel / Maé / Aubert / Maunier / Les Enfoirés)
181
"Manu" 159 La Bande à Renaud

Filmography[edit]

As composer[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c "Jean-Louis Aubert discography". lescharts.com. Hung Medien. Retrieved 27 April 2014. 
  2. ^ a b "Jean-Louis Aubert discography". ultratop.be/fr/. Hung Medien. Retrieved 27 April 2014. 
  3. ^ a b "Jean-Louis Aubert discography". hitparade.ch. Hung Medien. Retrieved 27 April 2014. 
  4. ^ International Movie Database on Jean-Louis Aubert

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