Band L'Affaire Louis' Trio

L'Affaire Louis' Trio is a French music band created in 1982 in Lyon. The three founding members of the group, all of Lyon origin, are: Hubert Mounier (nicknamed Cleet Boris), also author of comics, born on September 21, 1962, died on May 2, 2016 (at age 53) of aortic rupture, Vincent Mounier (nicknamed Karl Niagara), born on February 9, 1967, François Lebleu (nicknamed Bronco Junior), born October 13, 1965 and died December 19, 2008 (at age 43) of a cerebral attack. In 1979, Hubert Mounier founded with his brother Vincent the group "Cleet Boris" (this name will remain as nickname Hubert Mounier in the group). It was through a small advertisement that François Lebleu joined them in 1981. In 1982, the group L'Affaire Louis' Trio was officially created. In 1987, the group won the Victoire de la musique of the "male variety revelation" with its debut album, Chic Planet. All our archives are available for sale to audiovisual and media professionals.

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  • The Affaire Louis' Trio ban in a rehearsal studio
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    The Affaire Louis' Trio ban in a rehearsal studio
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  • The Affaire Louis Trio's band in a reherseal studio
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    The Affaire Louis Trio's band in a reherseal studio
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  • ITW The Louis Trio Affair's band
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