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The son of two legendary musical figures in France, Jacques Dutronc and Françoise Hardy, Thomas Dutronc doesn't seem content to ride the waves of his parents' fame. He worked long and hard studying Gypsy jazz before the release of his 2007 album Comme un Manouche Sans Guitare (Like a Gypsy Without a Guitar). Dutronc cites the incomparable jazz guitarist Django Reinhardt as one of his main influences, and the inspiration is clear throughout the album. The first single, "J'Aime Plus Paris," was an immediate hit in Dutronc's home country of France. Clever lyrics blended with his skillful guitar playing make this album stand out.

Biography

Born: 16 June 1973 in Paris, France

Genre: French Pop

Years Active: '00s

Son of French icons Jacques Dutronc and Françoise Hardy, Thomas Dutronc fell in love with Gypsy jazz music during his teenage years, starting with Django Reinhardt's works. Gifted with impressive learning capacities, he began studying Gypsy guitar at the age of 18 and has since collaborated with a wide range of artists, from the jazz community with the likes of Bireli Lagrene but also including his father, mother, and Henri Salvador from the pop world. In 2007 he released his own LP of songs penned...
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