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    Sylvie Vartan

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    Genre:Rock, Pop
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    Most Popular Songs (more)

    1L'Homme Que Tu Seras lyrics
    2Je Vivrai Pour Deux lyrics
    3Ne L'Imite Pas (The Monkey Time) lyrics
    4Tous Les Gens (Baby You're So Fine) lyrics
    5Des Heures De Désir (Wrap Your Arms Around Me) lyrics
    6J'Ai Deux Mains, J'Ai Deux Pieds, Une Bouche lyrics
    7Les Robes lyrics
    8Un Jardin Dans Mon Cœur (You've Got A Friend) lyrics
    9Tout Au Long Du Calendrier (Calendar Girl) lyrics
    10Sha La La lyrics

    Most Popular Albums (more)

    1De Choses Et D'Autres [1982]
    2Des Heures De Désir [1984]
    3Une vie en musique
    4L'essentiel [1998]
    5Fantaisie [1978]
    6I Grandi Successi Originali [2001]
    7Virage [1986]
    8Sensible [1998]
    9J'Ai Un Problème [1973]
    10Danse Ta Vie [1983]


    Although actor/pop singer Sylvie Vartan is Bulgarian, she would eventually receive recognition from the French, usually singing entirely in the language of her adopted homeland. Born August 15, 1944, in Iskretz, Bulgaria, Vartan showed great talent for both acting and singing at an early age, resulting in an appearance in the Bulgarian film Under The Yoke in 1950. Two years later (while only ten years old), Vartan and her family relocated to France. 1961 would prove to be an important year for Vartan's career, as she entered a recording studio for the first time, picked up some TV work, and appeared at the famed Olympia Theater. The early '60s saw the release of a steady stream of singles, EPs, and albums (such as 1962's Sylvie), in addition to further appearances in European movies - including A Moonlight In Maubeuge and Just For Fun.

    Other impressive accomplishments for Vartan in the early '60s included recording a pair of songs ("Si Je Chante" and "La Plus Belle Pour Aller Danser") with famed country artists Chet Atkins and Ray Stevens, and playing on the same bill as The Beatles at the Olympia in January of 1964. During the mid-'60s, Vartan concentrated on making inroads to the American music market, as she appeared on such TV shows as The Ed Sullivan Show, Hullaballooh, and Shindig, while one of her best singles, "Deux Minutes Trente-Cinq De Bonheur," hit the charts in early 1967. Subsequently, Vartan kept on issuing albums and touring at a steady rate right up to the 21st century, as 2001 saw the release of the 14-track career overview L'Essentiel. ~ Greg Prato, All Music Guide

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