Marie Modiano is a France vocalist/songwriter with an English-language folk-jazz-pop design who released her debut record in 2006. Delivered in 1978, she actually is the little girl of novelist Patrick Modiano. She examined on the Royal Academy of Dramatic Artwork in London and discovered some are an celebrity afterward, employed in a German movie theater group and showing up in films such as for example La Vie Privée (2005). Modiano started performing being a vocalist in 2004 using a folk-jazz-pop group that included Grégoire Hetzel (piano), Daniel Yvinec (bass), and Arnaud Lechantre (drums). In cooperation with Hetzel as her manufacturer and co-writer, she produced her full-length record debut in 2006 with I’m Not really a Rose in the Naïve label. Sung in British, I’m Not really a Rose spawned the one “C’est dur l’Amour.” Modiano collaborated with Peter von Poehl on her behalf second record, Outland (2008), which demonstrated popular than her debut, achieving number 148 in the French albums graph.