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Mickaël Miro

A modern-day purveyor of the original France chanson, Mickaël Miro’s simple acoustic stories of like and warm gentle vocals nicely filled the void still left by fellow chanteur Jean-Jacques Goldman’s ten-year absence. Blessed in Lyon in 1979, Miro, who utilized his past due grandfather’s name being a tribute, originally acquired no motives of forging a music profession, but after graduating from his hometown’s school with a level in business laws, he transferred to Paris, where he started to play in the city’s jazz pubs. Inspired by famous brands Francis Cabrel and Michel Berger, he began writing his personal tunes, and in 2007 offered vocals for Les Marguerites Contre Alzheimer’s “J’y Etais Pas.” After putting your signature on a cope with Mercury Information, he backed Justin Nozuka and Zazie on the European trips, and in 2011 released his debut recording, Juste Comme Ça, which presented hit solitary “L’Horloge Tourne” as well as the title track cooperation with Francophone vocalist/songwriter Natasha St-Pier.

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