News media reported on Wednesday the death of Quebec singer-songwriter and singer Luc Cousineau at the age of 72.
He had been suffering from lateral amyotrophic sclerosis (ALS), commonly known as Lou Gehrig’s disease.
During a career that lasted fifty years, Luc Cousineau recorded from 1966 more than 20 albums, including the first in the group Les Alexandrins.
The title Live in Love was his greatest success.
He has also written film music and for commercials.
Last year, while searching through his archives, Luc Cousineau found unpublished songs recorded a few years ago. He published them a few weeks ago in a final album called Salut la vie! .