Cerrone is a prolific French disco composer, drummer, film scorer and producer. He's best known for his space disco hit, "Supernature."
Jean-Marc Cerrone was born May 24th, 1952 in Vitry-sur-Seine, France. At twelve years old, he began playing drums, often along to Otis Redding recordings. A few years later, his tastes expanded to include Blood, Sweat & Tears, Carlos Santana and Jimi Hendrix. At seventeen, he was responsible for booking bands at Club Mediterranée. The following year, he was leading a Club Med orchestra. Cerrone's first recordings with with Patrick Sesti, Sylvian Claude, Serge Tonini, Andre Allet and Norbert Journo in the band, Kongas. They released two albums on Barclay, Afro Rock (1974... Read More