French rock and roll singer/songwriter Saez adopted the moniker Yellowish Tricycle for the discharge of his 5th album, A Fans Prayer (2009). Delivered Damien Saez on August 1, 1977, in Saint-Jean-de-Maurienne, France, he was raised in the southern metropolitan areas of Marseille and Dijon and began monitoring music at a age group. In 1999 he produced his full-length record debut with Jours Étranges, which spawned the very best 20 hit one “Jeune et Con” and set up Saez as an up-and-coming superstar for the French rock and roll picture. His second full-length discharge, the double-album work God Blesse/Katagena (2002), reached the very best Ten from the French albums graph. In addition, it charted in the neighboring Francophone countries of Belgium and Switzerland. Third record Debbie (2004) noticed his popularity boost additional as the record went completely to number 2 for the French albums graph and number 4 in Belgium. Saez after that switched labels, shifting from General to Wagram for his following full-length discharge, the triple-album work Varsovie/L’Alhambra/Paris (2008), that was another blockbuster achievement, peaking at number 3 in France. The next year’s Yellowish Tricycle record A Fans Prayer became a high Ten strike in France and reached the very best 20 in Belgium.