Louane
Louane

Louane

About Louane

Louane is the stage name of French actress and singer Louane Emera (aka Anne Peichert), who is best known as a semi-finalist on the 2013 season of The Voice: la plus belle voix.

∙ She began singing at age eight and appeared on the TV singing competition L’École des stars four years later.
∙ Her popularity on The Voice inspired director Éric Lartigau to cast her in his 2014 film, La Famille Bélier, which earned her a César Award for Most Promising Actress.
∙ The anthemic electronic pop song “Jour 1” was Louane’s breakthrough hit, reaching No. 6 on France’s Top Singles chart in 2014.
∙ A charming mix of pop songs and emotional ballads, her debut album, 2015’s Chambre 12, sold nearly 2 million copies in France.
∙ In 2017, her self-titled second LP followed Chambre 12 to No. 1 on France’s Top Albums chart, and Louane guested on The Chainsmokers’ dance hit “It Won’t Kill Ya.”
Joie de Vivre, her third album, debuted in the Top 10 of France’s album charts in 2020.

  • HOMETOWN
    Hénin-Beaumont, France
  • BORN
    November 26, 1996

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