Luc de Larochellière

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Luc De Larochellière
Born (1966-04-27) 27 April 1966 (age 52)
Quebec, Canada
Genres Pop
Occupation(s) Singer, Songwriter
Instruments Vocals
Years active 1988 – present
Labels Trafic, Zéro musique, Victoire

Luc De Larochellière (born 27 April 1966) is a Canadian singer-songwriter from Quebec.

after winning many awards at the Festival de la chanson de Granby, Quebec and getting the attention of critics and record labels. Signed to Trafic record label, in 1988, De Larochellière released his debut album Amère America. The album resulted in a number of hits including the title track "Amère America" as well as "La route est longue" and "Chinatown Blues". The album was certified gold. In 1990, he released Sauvez mon âme with an even bigger success with singles considered Quebec music classics like "Sauvez mon âme", "Ma génération", "Cash City", "Si j'te disais reviens" and "Si fragile".

De Larochellière continued attracting following throughout the 1990s though with lesser success and in 1993 co-founded Zéro Musique with François Pérusse. In 2014, he released a compilation album of his biggest hits under the title En bref.[1]

Awards and nominations[edit]

Personal life[edit]

Since 2012, he lives with his girlfriend, the Franco-Ontarian singer Andrea Lindsay, with whom he released the joint album C'est d'l'amour ou c'est comme in 2012.


  • 1988: Amère America (Trafic)
  • 1990: Sauvez mon âme (Trafic)
  • 1993: Los Angeles (Zéro musique)
  • 1996: Les Nouveaux Héros (Zéro musique)
  • 2000: Vu d'ici (Victoire)
  • 2004: Quelque chose d'animal (Victoire)
  • 2006: Voix croisées (Victoire)
  • 2009: Un toi dans ma tête (Victoire)
  • 2012: C'est d'l'amour ou c'est comme (joint album with Andrea Lindsay)
  • 2016: Autre Monde (Victoire)
Compilation albums
  • 2014: En bref


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