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Véronique Sanson

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Chanson sur ma drôle de vie Véronique Sanson 02:39
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Véronique Sanson at Théâtre Antique (July 28, 2024)
Vaison La Romaine, France

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Véronique Sanson, songwriter and musician born in Boulogne-Billancourt on April 24, 1949, has won audiences over with a style of pop and rock song that strikes a balance between swing and melancholy, and whose unique vibrato has left its mark on her repertoire. An artist with a chaotic career path, often on the edge between bursts of laughter, anger and tears, Véronique Sanson has given songs such classics as "Besoin de personne", "Vancouver", " Chanson sur une drôle de vie", " Comme je l'imagine" and many others. His 1970s albums Le Maudit or Vancouver, or Moi Le Venin, in 1988, with the polemical song " Allah " , left their mark on the French musical landscape. Subsequent periods of absolute silence alternated with polished albums such as D'un Papillon à Une Etoile (1999), Longue Distance (2004) and Plusieurs Lunes (2010). Married from 1973 to 1979 to Stephen Stills, of folk-rock band Crosby, Stills & Nash, they had a son who also became a songwriter, Stephen Stills. In 2013, Véronique Sanson received an honorary Victoire de la Musique award for her body of work. Named Chevalier de l'Ordre des Arts et des Lettres in 1984, then Officier in 2005, she was awarded the Grande Médaille de la chanson by the Académie Française in 2015. The following year saw her return with a fifteenth album entitled Dignes, Dingues, Donc. In 2018, the album Duos Volatils showcases her repertoire with the participation of artists from different generations, including Alain Souchon, the Chedid family, Patrick Bruel, Bernard Lavilliers, Eddy Mitchell, Julien Doré, Vianney and Zaz.