Maxime Le Forestier chante Georges Brassens at Byblos International Festival

Byblos International Festival 2016

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One of France’s most celebrated singer-songwriters, Maxime Le Forestier pays tribute to Georges Brassens, a monument of French Chanson. Le Forestier, famous for “San Francisco” or “Mon Frère”, has such an admiration for Brassens that he recorded his complete works in 2005, a total of 171 songs.

An intimate and exquisite treat for francophiles and a rare occasion to enjoy and sing along “Les Copains d’abord”, “Le Gorille”, “Les Amoureux des Bancs Publics”, “La Mauvaise Réputation” or “Les Passantes”.

Official Radio Station: Light FM
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Doors open at 7:30pm

Allo Buses at 12 000 LBP and Allo Private Taxi at 85 000 LBP will be available to book on line at www.allotaxi.com.lb

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