Buysson originally was born in Amsterdam, 21 April 1870, as Jonathan
Buysson is mentioned in 1894 as being in Paris where he married Amélie Torres, also an opera singer.
Buysson started his career in Liège (Roméo et Juliette (1 April 1900), Lakmé (4 April 1900), La Bohème (8 April 1900)),
which may be the reason that he is thought of being Belgian.
From 1906-1914 he sang in Munich, in 1909/1910 in Vienna.
He died in Paris in 1945.
Jean Buysson and his wife made records in 1908. Madame Buysson-Torres made the following recordings in Berlin in 1908:
2-43059 Traviata: Er ist es
2-43060 Traviata: Von der Freude Blumenkranzen