Patrick, batteur des Gibson Brothers, est décédé du coronavirus

05 Avril, 2020, 23:50 | Auteur: Christine Menetries

Patrick Francfort, le batteur des Gibson Brothers, est décédé ce samedi 4 avril du Covid-19. Selon nos sources, il avait 64 ans. Chris au chant, Patrick à la batterie et Alex aux claviers. Mais ce sont des Belges qui les ont lancés. Le succès sera immédiat. Le titre se classera numéro 1 dans plusieurs pays européens.

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