Alizée Jacotey (pronounced as Ah-lee-zay, with all syllables being short and clipped) was born August 21, 1984 in Ajaccio, Corsica. Daughter of a computer scientist and a businesswoman, with a younger brother Johann, she is is a famed French singer. Her stage name is Alizée - the feminine form of alizé, or the trade wind. She is considered to be the protégée of Mylène "Farmer" Gautier, a well-established and successful Quebec-born French singer. ...more on Wikipedia about "Alizée"
Amanda was a French-born pop singer who started getting involved in music after her family settled in Taby, Sweden. While taking dance classes, the artist joined the musical The Sound of Music, and was soon singing "Little Stars" at Gottenburg's World Athletic Games. Amanda became the first young female pop act to sign with Madonna's Maverick Records, making her professional debut with "You Don't Stand a Chance," from the Rugrats in Paris movie soundtrack. In the year 2000 the singer recorded her debut album, called Everybody Doesn't. "Everybody Doesn't" was also her first and only single to date. There was a schedualed released for a second single "Can't Stop My Love", but do to lake of album sales, Maverick calcelled the single and dropped Amanda entirely. ...more on Wikipedia about "Amanda (singer)"
Anggun Cipta Sasmi ( April 29, 1974, Jakarta, Indonesia) is a singer. Her name means "Grace born out of a dream". ...more on Wikipedia about "Anggun"
Anne-Marie David, born May 23, 1952, is a French singer. She has the rare, although not unique, distinction of having represented two different countries at the Eurovision Song Contest, with considerable success on both occasions. ...more on Wikipedia about "Anne-Marie David"
Brigitte Fontaine, born in 1940 in Morlaix, Finistère, in the Brittany region of France, is a singer of avant-garde music. She specializes in music from the 1970s, known almost exclusively in her native France. ...more on Wikipedia about "Brigitte Fontaine"
Camille is a French singer. ...more on Wikipedia about "Camille (singer)"
Carla Bruni Tedeschi (born 23 December, 1968 in Turin, Italy), is a model, songwriter and singer. She is the sister of Valeria Bruni Tedeschi. ...more on Wikipedia about "Carla Bruni" It must be www.shortopedia.com. shortopedia
Carole Denise Fredericks (born June 5, 1952 in Springfield, Massachusetts; died June 7, 2001) is an African American singer most famous for her recordings in France. ...more on Wikipedia about "Carole Fredericks"
Célestine Marié (b. Paris November 1840, d. Vence (near Nice), September 22 1905) a French mezzo-soprano, most famous for being the original Carmen. She was taught singing by her father, who was an accomplished musician. Her début came in 1859, and she soon married a sculptor named Galli (d. 1861). She then took the stage name of Galli-Marié. The director of the Opéra-Comique heard her performing at Rouen and brought her to Paris. She sang at the Opéra-Comique until 1885, premiering in La serva padrona ( Pergolesi). Her most famous roles were in Mignon ( 1866) and Carmen ( 1875). She performed in London at Her Majesty's Theatre in a touring production in 1886, and returned to the Opéra-Comique in 1890 to sing in a fundraising performance to erect a monument to Bizet. Her voice was described as being of a good timbre, with clear diction and phrasing. ...more on Wikipedia about "Célestine Marié"
Chantal Goya (real name is Chantal de Guerre), born June 10, 1946 in Saigon ( French Indochina), is a French singer and actress. Chantal Goya started her career as a French New Wave actress. She had a starring role as Madeleine in the 1966 Jean-Luc Godard film Masculin, féminin. ...more on Wikipedia about "Chantal Goya"
Charlotte Gainsbourg, daughter of French poet and singer, Serge Gainsbourg and English actress Jane Birkin, was born on July 22, 1971 in London. ...more on Wikipedia about "Charlotte Gainsbourg"
Cherie is a pop and dance music artist from France. In 2004 her hit "I'm Ready" hit #1 on the Hot Dance Music/Club Play chart. Cherie also performed another of her debut singles, "Betcha Neva" in Batman: Mystery of the Batwoman. Her strikingly sad but immensely powerful ballad about losing the love of her life over an issue of age and maturity, "Older Than My Years" proves her talent as a songstress and has prompted comparison to that of Celine Dion because of her ability to soar through even the highest notes. ...more on Wikipedia about "Cherie"
Claudine Longet (born in Paris on January 29, 1942), was a popular singer and recording artist in the 1960s and 1970s. She was best known as the wife of singer Andy Williams from 1961 to 1975. She met Williams while she was a dancer in the Folies Bergere in Las Vegas, and they had three children, Noelle, Christian, and Robert. In 1968, she appeared in the film " The Party" with Peter Sellers and sang the song "Nothing to Lose" by Henry Mancini. Longet recorded a series of five albums for A&M Records between 1966 and 1970 and two albums for Williams' Barnaby label in 1971 and 1972. She also made frequent acting appearances in television series and also appeared from time to time on Williams' variety series and specials. Williams called Longet, a beautiful, ...more on Wikipedia about "Claudine Longet"
Coralie Clément (born in 1982 in Villefranche-sur-Saône, France) is a French singer. ...more on Wikipedia about "Coralie Clément"
Corinne Hermès (born November 11, 1961) is a French singer. ...more on Wikipedia about "Corinne Hermès"
Dani (Danièle Graule) is a French actress and singer born on October 1, 1945 in Castres, Tarn, France. ...more on Wikipedia about "Dani (singer)"
Danielle Darrieux (b. May 1, 1917) is a French singer and actress. ...more on Wikipedia about "Danielle Darrieux"
Frédérique Hoschédé (born on 14 July, 1953 in Paris, France), known as Dorothée, is a French singer and actress. ...more on Wikipedia about "Dorothée"
Édith Piaf ( December 19 1915– October 11 1963) was one of France's most loved singers and a national icon. Her music reflected her tragic life, with her speciality being the poignant ballad presented with a heartbreaking voice. The most famous songs performed by Piaf were " La vie en rose" ( 1946), "Milord" ( 1959), and "Non, je ne regrette rien" ( 1960). ...more on Wikipedia about "Édith Piaf"
Elsa Lunghini, stage name Elsa (born May 20, 1973, in Paris), is a French singer and actress. ...more on Wikipedia about "Elsa Lunghini"
Emma Shapplin (born Crystele Joliton on May 19 1974, Paris) is a French soprano who primarily performs contemporary classical crossover. ...more on Wikipedia about "Emma Shapplin"
Eve Angeli is a French singer. ...more on Wikipedia about "Eve Angeli"
France Gall is a French singer. She was born in Paris on October 7, 1947, as Isabelle Gall. ...more on Wikipedia about "France Gall"
Françoise Hardy (born January 17 1944 in Paris) is a French singer and actress. ...more on Wikipedia about "Françoise Hardy"
Fréhel, born Marguerite Boulc'h on July 14, 1891 – died February 3, 1951, was a French singer and actress. ...more on Wikipedia about "Fréhel"
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