Marc Chantereau
Background information
Born France
Occupation Musician
Instruments Keyboards, percussion
Years active 1970s-present
Associated acts Voyage
French Funk Specialist

Marc Chantereau is a French musician, whose work has included performing on Duran Duran's Big Thing album.


Born in France, Marc has performed and recorded percussion and keyboards with many musical artists, most notably singer-songwriter Léo Ferré.

He has also featured as a member of Arpadys, Marc Chantereau & Pierre Alain Dahan, C.C.P.P., and French Funk Specialist.

In the late 1970s Marc joined Voyage, a European disco group which released albums such as Voyage (1977) and One Step Higher (1981).

In 1988 Marc performed on eight of Duran Duran's Big Thing album tracks, including "All She Wants Is" and "I Don't Want Your Love".

A selection of creditsEdit

  • CCPP - CCPP (Ceccarelli, Chantereau, Padovan, Pezin) (1975)
  • Synthesis 1 - Marc Chantereau & Pierre-Alain Dahan (1980)
  • Viva La Music - Marc Chantereau & Pierre-Alain Dahan (1985)
  • Big Thing - Duran Duran (1988)
  • Gypsie Kings - Gypsie Kings (1989)
  • "Got To Real" - Sunshiners featuring Dawn Tallman (1999)
  • Stabat Mater - Bruno Coulais (2005)
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