Maxime le Forestier is a singer/songwriter and musician from France who owns a soft rock sound. After floating around in the Paris music scene during the 1960s, he spent the summer of 1971 in San Francisco, an experience that inspired his hit song, "San Francisco," from his debut album, Mon Frère. Released in 1973, the folk-inspired acoustic record spawned several French classics and both national and international tours.
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