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Michel Sardou

Known for such chart-topping recordings as La Maladie d’Amour, Les Lacs du Connemara, and Du Plaisir, this award-winning Parisian vocalist also had a career as an actor, appearing in the 1987 film Cross and in such has and tv series as, respectively, L’Homme en Issue and Le Prix de l’Honneur. One of is own first strikes was a Vietnam War-era melody entitled “Les Ricains” (“The Yankees”). His early albums consist of Danton and J’Habite en France. His 1987 monitor, “Musulmanes,” received the Victoires de la Musique Honours’ Melody of the entire year honor. He was created into a category of executing performers: his dad was a vocalist; his mom was an celebrity; and his well-known grandfather, Victorien Sardou, was a playwright. Michel Sardou’s three relationships led to four kids, including stage professional Davy Sardou and fiction article writer Romain Sardou. He and Italian pop vocalist Toto Cutugno co-wrote many music, including “En Chantant.”

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