Laurent Voulzy his tender tribute to France Gall, he reminisces Gala
A guest in the show Daily, presented by Yann Barthes, Laurent Voulzy has made a tender tribute to France Gall, but also to his companion Michel Berger. The interpreter of The girl April had done the backing vocals on the song of France Gall, Dancing brave.
France Gall died Sunday, January 7, at the age of 70 years. She has succumbed to the recurrence of his cancer. Since then, many artists who have worked with it or with its companion, Michel Berger, him homage.
Invited on the plateau of Everyday life, Laurent Voulzy has also been expressed on the subject. The interpreter of The sun gives had done the backing vocals on one of the titles of singer, Dancing brave. “France and Michel had asked me to come in and do backing vocals in this song so I went there with pleasure. I have a lot of admiration for Michael Shepherd, we coasted a little bit, we did some duos for the tv set. And then j‘liked much of France Gall that I knew less. So when he asked me, I was glad to go do choirs. It is a very pretty song and I was very happy to be in the studio with them and do background vocals, this is it.’
The singer will be interred in the cemetery of Montmartre on January 12, and will rest next to her daughter Pauline Burger, who died in 1997 of cystic fibrosis and her husband, Michel Berger, who died in 1992, of a heart attack. Many fans went to say goodbye to France Gall at the funeral home in Nanterre, where it rests until Thursday, January 11. Among them, the singer Calogero, very affected by the death of the icon of years catcalled. The singer was spotted at the exit of the funeral home after being collected on the coffin of the singer.
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