Who is Bertrand Lamblot, the artistic director with Laeticia Hallyday in Los Angeles ? – Gala

Entertainment 30 January, 2018


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Back to Los Angeles after several weeks on the island of Saint-Barth, Laeticia Hallyday are now focused on the preparation of the album posthumous the sides of the former partners of her husband. It can count on the support of Bertrand Lamblot, the artistic director of the star.

The weeks pass and look for Laeticia Hallyday, always inconsolable after the death of the famous rocker in the night of 5 to 6 December at the age of 74 years. After several weeks spent in St. Barts alongside her close, Laeticia Hallyday is back in Los Angeles in his home in Pacific Palisades. She returns to her daily life and now dedicates himself to the development of the album posthumous, which is expected to be unveiled in the coming months. To do this, she can count on the support of loved ones, Sebastien Farran, manager of Johnny Hallyday and his musicians, Maxim Nucci alias Yodelice, or Yarol Poupaud. But not only that… In Los Angeles, she is also accompanied by the artistic director of the idol of young people.

But who is he ? Before becoming the artistic director of Warner Music France, Bertrand Lamblot has integrated the teams of Universal, one of the first labels with which Johnny Hallyday collaborated. Bertrand Lamblot has so attended to the records of several key titles, such as “Mary” or “I never cried” in 2002. A few years later, their path was again intersected. Bertrand Lamblot became the artistic director of Warner Music France. Alongside Johnny Hallyday, he has worked on two successful albums, “The waiting” released in November 2012 and then “Stay alive” was performed two years later. A success for Bertrand Lamblot who contributed to this album outside the norm that broke all the records : “When you keep often the first taken, you know that you are doing a great disc, î he told in 2014 in Paris.

Bertrand Lamblot was also a friend of Johnny Hallyday. He was present for example when the bronchitis of the rocker is infected in 2012. A few hours after the announcement of the death of the star, Bertrand Lamblot had expressed his sorrow on social networks : “Thanks for all the memories Jean-Philippe, boss,” he wrote.

Thank you for all the memories Jean Philippe, Boss, @JohnnySjh . 💔🙏🙏@LHallyday@HallydayJade@joyhallyday and all your loved ones. pic.twitter.com/tfsDI8nmS6

— Lamblot Bertrand (@LamblotB) December 7, 2017

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