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    Frédéric Château

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    Genre:Rock, Pop
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    Most Popular Songs (more)

    1Le Malheur Des Uns Et Le Bonheur Des Autres lyrics
    2Quand La Pluie Tombera lyrics
    3Demain Sera Juste Un Autre Jour lyrics
    4Une Place Au Soleil lyrics
    5Ferme Les Yeux lyrics
    6Ce Silence lyrics
    Natasha St-Pier feat. Frédéric Château
    Le Mélange Toi Et Moi lyrics
    8Comme Sur Un Fil lyrics
    9Stop Lucie lyrics

    Most Popular Albums (more)

    1Zoo [1989]
    2Liaisons Dangereuses [1991]
    3Carpe Diem [1994]


    Frédéric "Asdorve" Château is a French bassist, guitarist & singer-songwriter, born on November 25, 1964 in Paris, France.

    Les Kœur's
    Studying classical guitar at the Conservatoire, Frédéric started writing songs at 10. 5 years later, he founded his first new wave band, Foxalone, who performed at Paris' Palace in 1982. Turning to French pop, Foxalone became Les Kœur's & released their debut 7" in 1983, "Allô Élodie". The band recorded in Parisian studios & performed on television & galas.

    Solo career
    In 1986, Frédéric went solo & starting writing songs for his debut album. In 1989, Zoo came out on CBS, including the singles "Stop Lucie", released in 1987 & "Le Malheur Des Uns Et Le Bonheur Des Autres". In 1992, he released his second album Les Liaisons Dangereuses, which title-track has been inspired by Choderlos De Laclos' book. After the compilation Must, Frédéric released his third album Carpe Diem in 1994. Soon after, he moved to England, where he stayed during 5 years.

    Foxalone & Papillon
    In 1997, Frédéric was part of a 4-piece band, Foxalone & released the single "Mortel Week-End". In 1999, he resumed his solo career with a 6-song EP, Mélancolique Rodéo, under the alias Papillon. He also composed the theme of Michel Drucker's TV show "Vivement Dimanche".

    In 2003, he has joined Pascal Obispo's team, from his album Fan. He began writing songs under the pseudonym Asdorve.

    Writing and production credits
    As Asdorve
    Florent Pagny Ailleurs Land (Mercury France/Universal)
    Natasha St-Pier L'Instant D'Après (Columbia/Sony Music)
    Patricia Kaas Sexe Fort (Columbia/Sony Music)
    Faudel Mundial Corrida (Mercury France/Universal)
    Natasha St-Pier Longueur D'Ondes (Sony BMG/Columbia)
    Pascal Obispo Les Fleurs Du Bien (Sony BMG/Epic)
    Lorie 2Lorenmoi? (Sony BMG/Columbia)
    Melissa Mars À La Recherche De L'Amour Perdu (Universal/Polydor)
    Priscilla Casse Comme Du Verre (Jive / SBME Europe)
    Julie Zenatti Plus De Diva (Columbia/Sony Music)
    William Baldé On S'Était Dit... (Warner Music France)
    Hélène Segara Parmi La Foule (Mercury France/Universal)
    Lorie Regarde-Moi (Columbia/Sony Music)
    Matt Pokora À La Poursuite Du Bonheur (Capitol France)

    As Frédéric Château
    Raydel Hey Arriba (Sony Music Media)
    Collectif Paris-Africa Des Ricochets (Warner Music France)
    Robin Des Bois (musical)
    Les Enfoirés Bon Anniversaire Les Enfoirés (Columbia/Sony Music)
    Anggun Toujours Un Ailleurs (Universal France)

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    Fans (1)


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