Didier Barbelivien

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About Didier Barbelivien

Didier Barbelivien began as a songwriter in the early '70s. Among the earliest performances of his songs are Gérard Stern's "Je T'aime Nue" and François Valéry's "Le Prince d'Amour." He released a series of singles during the decade but didn't make his album debut until 1980's Elle, and he didn't make his mainstream breakthrough until 1990, when he teamed with Félix Gray for a pair of chart-topping hits, "À Toutes les Filles..." and "Il Faut Laisser le Temps au Temps." In 1991, "Les Mariés de Vendée," a collaboration with Anaïs, hit number two on the French chart. Barbelivien continued to release new material throughout the '90s and 2000s. ~ Jason Birchmeier

Paris, France
March 10, 1954
French Pop
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