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|Founder||Pierre F. Brault
|Country of origin||Canada|
Promot'Elle is an independent record label founded by composers Pierre F. Brault and Michel Robidoux in 1970 as Studio Poly-Sons. It adopted its current name in 1997.
In 1997, because Radio-Québec turned into Télé-Québec, the defunct Studio Poly-Sons returned into activities and changed its name to its current name.
The company first based in Montreal on Papineau Street, has moved in 1997 on Teck Street.
Albums published by Promot'Elle
- Passe-Partout: 20 ans ça se fête! (1997)
- Noël en Blues (1999)
- Passe-Partout: Le Noël de Pruneau et Cannelle (2001)
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