Joël Favreau (born 2 of October in 1939) is a french musician, singer-songwriter, recording artist, and performer.
After being a musician for the french singer Colette Chevrot, he has been a guitarist for Georges Brassens since 1972 until Brassens death.
He has also been musician for Georges Moustaki, Yves Duteil and Maxime Le Forestier. He also creates his own songs and recorded four records of his own works and songs of Georges Brassens.
He created a show in which he played Georges Brassens song with an accordeonist player.
He wrote a book titled 'Quelques notes avec Brassens, published in 2017, in which he relates the years he spent with Georges Brassens.
- Official website (in French)
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