L’Armenonville was the name of the cabaret where the famous Tango singer Carlos Gardel, made his debut one New Year’s Eve in 1913. For nine years in Buenos Aires, this cabaret was one of the most famous places for tango lovers, and since its name comes from a hunting lodge in the Bois de Boulogne near Paris, it made sense for a French band to adopt this name to create echoes between this city and the Argentine capital.