Belgian pop star Frank Michael was created Franco Gabelli in Parma, Italy, on, may 7, 1953. While Michael was still a youngsters, his parents relocated to Belgium. From adolescence, he was motivated to become singer, acquiring his first rung on the ladder toward that objective in 1974. Functioning as a power technician in an area factory, Michael set aside money and time toward the creation of his initial one, “Je Ne Peux Vivre Sans Toi” (I CANNOT Live Without You). Even though many of his contemporaries had been working traditional stations to achievement (i.e., record businesses and complicated promotional strategies), Michael constructed his popularity from the bottom up. Tireless touring and executing won him a big and loyal group of fans throughout his indigenous Belgium, France, Canada, and beyond. Singles such as for example “Dites-Lui Que Je l’Aime,” “San Angelo,” and “Entends Ma Voix” set up Michael as the crooner of his era. Several successful tours and some gold records afterwards, Michael shifted to the Up Music sublabel of Warner France. His initial record with the business, Entre Nous, offered a lot more than 100,000 models. The artist’s recognition continuing to flourish through the middle-2000s, using the extremely successful launch of 2004’s La Pressure des Femmes and 2006’s Les Couleurs de Ma Vie. Michael is certainly among few artists who are able to claim a reliable climb from his start through today’s.