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Born on June 25th, 1930, in Rose Hill, Mauritius, Joseph Emmanuel Serge Lebrasse has left an indelible mark on the music scene, offering solace and joy to countless individuals. His journey began amidst adversity, having lost his father at the tender age of nine, which necessitated his early entry into the workforce.


Undeterred by challenges, Serge embarked on a diverse career path, starting as a laborer at the Government Sack Factory before fate led him to the Forest Department to study forestry. Despite financial constraints, his resilience and determination propelled him forward, eventually leading him to serve in the Royal Corps of Signals of the British Army in Egypt.


Returning to Mauritius in 1951, Serge's journey took him through various roles, from coalman in the Railway Department to temporary nurse in the Health Department. However, it was his passion for music that remained a constant throughout his life.


In 1957, Serge Lebrasse married his beloved wife, Gisele, embarking on a journey of love and companionship. Together, they raised a beautiful family, blessed with four children: Sego, Sonia, Toto, and Sheila. As Serge pursued his passion for music and cultural enrichment, Gisele stood by his side, providing unwavering support and encouragement. Their enduring partnership not only enriched their own lives but also served as a source of inspiration for many. It was during this significant year that Serge Lebrasse not only began his married life but also penned his first song, marking the commencement of his illustrious musical career....



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