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Art Mengo

Toulouse, France, vocalist/songwriter Michel Armengot, aka Artwork Mengo, focuses on love tracks. His soft, mild, somewhat wounded tone of voice perfectly suits the topic matter, and his music offers progressed from a radio-friendly smooth pop audio to a far more intricate mixture of pop, personal jazzy orchestrations, and mellow grooves. …

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Mitsou

The daughter of the actor, Mitsou also pursued an acting career until her 1989 single “Bye Bye Mon Cowboy” became popular in her indigenous Quebec. Le Mundo have been released the prior calendar year. Three albums implemented (two which were documented in British): Terre des Hommes (1990), Proceeding Western world …

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Danyel Gérard

b. 7 March 1939, Paris, France. Gerard spent a lot of his child years in SOUTH USA but he was a Parisian college student when taken beneath the wing of Lucien Morisse, a Gallic exact carbon copy of UK svengali Larry Parnes. Gerard’s debut solitary, a 1958 version (in French) …

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Dalida

Throughout a career enduring just over 30 years, Dalida earned 45 gold record awards and a set of platinum records on her behalf sales in European countries, the center East, and Japan. A superstar in France and far of the others of European countries, Dalida enjoyed strike information in three …

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Dan Ar Bras

Perhaps one of the most melodic guitarists in Celtic music, Dan Ar Bras offers recorded being a soloist with innovative Celtic harp, bagpipe and flute participant Alan Stivell. A pioneer of electrical folk in the first 1970s, Ar Bras provides continuing to explore the textural likelihood of electrical and classical …

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FFF

Position for Fédération Française de Funk (France Funk Federation), FFF was shaped in Paris in 1987 around Marco Prince (vocals), Yarol (guitar), Niktus (bass), Krichou (drums), Felix (keyboards), and former Marquis de Sade bandmember Philippe Herpin (saxophone). With the capacity of amazing on-stage firepower, these were the only music group …

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Diam’s

One of little handful of females to infiltrate the male-dominated globe of France hip-hop, “rappeuse” Diam’s nevertheless enjoyed significant business and critical achievement culminating with 2003’s award-winning Brut de Femme. Given birth to Mélanie Georgiades in Nicosia, Cyprus, on July 27, 1980, she spent nearly all her adolescence within the …

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Gwendal

Shaped in Brittany, France, in 1973, this folk group documented acoustic albums of Celtic material before Gwendal 3, and subsequently turned for an ‘electric’ lineup. The last mentioned highlighted Bruno Barre (violin), Youenn Le Berre (flute), Jean-Marie Renard (electric guitar), Roger Schaub (bass), Ricky Caust (electric guitar) and Arnaud Rogers …

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No One Is Innocent

A ’90s France alternative rock and roll act, NO-ONE Is Innocent came jointly in 2003, but were to divide a mere 3 years afterwards. Business lead vocalist Kemar continued to a single career, as the remaining band continued to create the music group Spor.

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Gus Viseur

The French accordion learn Gus Viseur began performing around the streets of Paris in fairs and markets and finally worked his way in to the cabaret and nightclubs. During his important career he finished up support “the Sparrow” Edith Piaf and executing with the renowned Hot Membership of France Quintet. …

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