Marc Lavoine is an artist who never ceases to surprise and move. After significant roles on stage or on screens and a first autobiographical novel that was acclaimed by the audience, his return to song is that of an artist with an immense desire for the absolute, truth and reunion with his audience. The superb album “Je reviens à toi” and the total show that accompanies it place these reunions under the sign of emotion and joy.
His dual career as an actor and singer has earned him an unfailing popularity on the French scene for many years…
But it is with the singles Pour une biguine avec toi and Les Yeux revolver that he carves out a place for himself in French variety, a place he will be able to develop with selected collaborators.
For example, he will perform the hit “Qu’est-ce que t’es belle”, in duet with Catherine Ringer of the Rita Mitsouko.
“Les Amours du dimanche” sold more than 100,000 copies in 1991. Marc Lavoine’s sweet voice with its skillfully hoarse tone will find other songs to showcase: on “Lavoine Matic” in 1996, but also surrounded by Christina Marocco, Claire Keim and Françoise Hardy on the album “Marc Lavoine” in 2001, and her hit single J’ai tout oublié”.
As an actor, Marc Lavoine acted in a film by Chabrol (L’Enfer) in 1994, was directed by Elie Chouraqui, Yvan Attal (in Ma femme est une actrice) but since 2003 has played a friendly character as a left-wing boss in Le Coeur des Hommes 1 et 2 by Marc Esposito. After “Les Solos de Marc”, Lavoine published his “Duos” in 2007. Marc Lavoine always has the look that kills and the voice that carries.
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