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Pascal Obispo

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Rien ne dure Pascal Obispo 03:58
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Pascal Obispo and Obispo at Zénith Amiens Métropole (October 6, 2023)
Amiens, France

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Pascal Obispo (January 8, 1965) is a French singer-songwriter born in Bergerac, Dordogne. After his parents’ divorce, he relocated to Rennes with his mother, where he began playing music inspired by bands such as The Cure and Marquis de Sade. In 1988, he joined the new wave group Senso as a bass player and later assumed the role of lead singer. His first solo album, Le Long du Fleuve, saw the light in 1990 and was recorded with the members of Senso. The full-length went largely unnoticed by critics, but it helped pascal Obispo land a recording contract with Epic, which released Plus Que Tout au Monde in 1992. Propelled by its title track and other singles such as “Tu vas me manquer,” his sophomore effort consolidated his status as one of the fastest rising stars in French pop. He followed this success with Un Jour Comme Aujourd'hui in 1994, which reached Number 17 on the French charts and obtained platinum certification. Both Superflu (1996) and Soledad (1999) peaked at Number 2 in France, and the live album Live 98 (1998) earned him his first Number 1 record. In the following years, Pascal Obispo would repeat the feat a handful of times with the chart-topping albums Studio Fan – Live Fan (2004), Les Fleurs du Bien (2006), Millésimes (2013), and Billet de Femme (2016). France, his eleventh album, arrived in 2021 and fell just short of snatching the top spot on the Albums Chart, bowing at Number 2.