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Monferrand divorced his first wife soon after settling in St. Petersburg. The divorce, and his extravagant lifestyle, caused him a lot of debts; in 1831, he refinanced his debt with a loan from the Tsar's Cabinet. As his finances improved, Montferrand became a compulsive art collector, amassing 110 Greek and Roman statues and hundreds of lesser items
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JACQUES LABRECQUE - Jos Monferrand - 1959 - LONDON.
Singer Jacques Labrecque covered Vigneault’s first song, Jos Monferrand. In the early 60s, Gilles worked as a writer and host for CBC radio and TV in Québec City. In the summer of 1960, at a music festival in the city, the audience, asked him to sing some of his songs. He sang in public for the first time which was well-received. He, thus, began singing regularly at public events. This led to the release of his debut album in 1962. For this, he was awarded the Grand prix du disque from Montréal radio station CKAC. He wrote songs for other singers and reserved some for himself. Canadian folk music legend Gilles Vigneault has unveiled his first album of original material since 2008, Vivre debout. The man is 85 years old and still writing and performing.
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Born on October 27, 1928, in Natashquan, Quebec, he got his start as a poet, publishing the poetry collection Étraves in 1959. He began establishing himself as a songwriter around this same time, most notably with the song "Jos Monferrand," which was covered by Jacques Labrecque in 1959. A few years later, he made his eponymous full-length album debut with Gilles Vigneault (1962). Shortly thereafter, he scored one of the greatest hits of his career with "Mon Pays
In 1959 he founded a publishing house, Les Éditions de l'Arc to distribute his publications. His first collection, Étraves was published in 1959. In August 1960, at the request of the audience at the boîte à chansons L'Arlequin in Quebec City, he agreed to sing his earliest song: Jos Monferrand, written in 1957, which had been recorded by Jacques Labrecque in 1959. This was the beginning of his singing career which culminated in 1962, when he received the Grand prix du disque from Montreal radio station CKAC.