Louise Féron

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Louise Féron is a French rock singer. Her career started in 1988 with her first self-titled album Louise Féron. The album was produced by John Cale (ex-Velvet Underground) with music composed by Dominique Laboubée (leader of band Dogs), and participation of Les Wampas guitarist, Philippe Almosnino.


  • Louise Féron (1991, Virgin)
  • Singulière et Plurielle (1997, L.P.G.)
  • Le Passé Revenant (2010, Tarantula Music)

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