Born in Courtrai, West Flanders, in a maternity now transformed into a home for the aged, which will eventually permit him to end where he started… In 1981, Marc Lelangue “makes a voyage to the Capital”, and discovers blues through a record of Big Bill Bronzy of which he memorizes the songs. He meets Luther Tucker, cousin of Robert Lockwood Junior and guitarist during legendary sessions of Little Walter, Sonny Boy Williamson or John Lee Hooker. In October 1992, Marc Lelangue makes his first CD: “Blues you could use” – IGLOO Records. I

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In 1994: 3 weeks tour in France as well as 15 dates in Spain and the production of an album of Claude Semal “A nos Amours” (Franc’Amour FC084). And a year later, under the same label, his own CD Glandeur Nature featuring his repertoire of songs in French. In 2001, Marc Lelangue has another album out, in English this time, titled “Greenville”.

Marc LELANGUE is still faithful to blues singing, but has recently created a parallel repertoire, of songs that he wrote in French. He is also known for his humorous presence during his live appearances.

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