Jean Louis Pierre Landreau was born in Vaujours, Seine-et-Oise, France on January 15, 1924. In 1958, he wrote in collaboration with Henri Betti the music for the French song "Si tu Voulais m'Aimer" with the lyrics of André Hornez. The song was recorded by Tino Rossi with Pierre Spiers and his Orchestra. During his career he was a member of several musical groups including; Chou Rave Hageur Et Ses Hot Dogs, Jean-Pierre Landreau Et Son Orchestre, Jean-Pierre Landreau Et Son Orchestre-Choc. He was married to Eleanor Cheeseman (1950-1977) and the couple had two children. He formed an orchestra with his son which was called “Jean-Pierre Landreau Et Son Orchestre”.
Jean Pierre Landreau died in 1977. He’s pictured above accompanying the singing duo The Kessler Twins.
LANDREAU, Jean-Pierre (aka (aka Babe Melano) (Jean Louis Pierre Landreau) [1/15/1924, Vaujours, Seine-et-Oise, France – 1977] – composer, arranger, songwriter, musician (piano), married to model Eleanor Cheeseman [1937- ] (1950-1977) father of Patrick Landreau, Christopher Landreau, member of the musical groups Chou Rave Hageur Et Ses Hot Dogs, Jean-Pierre Landreau Et Son Orchestre, Jean-Pierre Landreau Et Son Orchestre-Choc.
Dynamite Jack – 1960 (co)