The French comedy-pop duet Oldelaf & Monsieur D. was formed in 2000 around two high school friends: Olivier Delafosse (Oldelaf) and Frédéric Draps (Monsieur D.). Together they created an amazing set of mocking portraits, among them their famous "Gros Ours," to which they gave life on-stage and on record. Delafosse came up with a strong musical background, having already formed a couple of bands (Les Oh La La's, Les Petits Humains, Caméléon), written numerous songs, and followed musicology studies. Draps came up with a serious comedian background, making the duet a relaxed and very communicating act on-stage. The band performed a lot before recording their first studio LP, the self-produced 2004 album Chansons Cons. After a series of acclaimed concerts, Draps decided to draw back from the band to concentrate on his day job. Kind ...
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