Jean-Louis Aubert au "Soir": "J'aime beaucoup les coulisses de la vie"

14 Novembre, 2019, 14:50 | Auteur: Christine Menetries
  • Jean-Louis Aubert au «Soir»: «J'aime beaucoup les coulisses de la vie»

Après 9 ans sans en créer, le voilà qui arrive avec "Refuge", un double album contenant 22 titres.

Jean-Louis Aubert est venu quelques heures à Bruxelles pour parler de son nouvel album à paraître ce 15 novembre. Le chanteur se remémore alors un moment particulier avec Johnny Hallyday qui avait aussi le talent de lui sortir "une phrase miraculeuse" à chacune de leurs rencontres.

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A l'automne dernier Jean-Louis Aubert se produisait dans les théâtres et opéras de France avec PREMICES, puis au printemps-été avec PREMIXCES.

Très surpris par cette déclaration, le chanteur de Téléphone lui rétorque: "qu'il en faut pour chanter devant 500 000 personnes". Mais Johnny Hallyday n'est pas d'accord: "Johnny me regarde et me répond: 'Non. Si j'avais des couilles, je partirais instantanément au Nicaragua!". Admiratif, Jean-Louis Aubert se souvient du rockeur: "Ce mec avait vraiment la classe.".

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