Véronique Sanson
Véronique Sanson

Véronique Sanson

About Véronique Sanson

The first thing that comes to mind when evoking French singer/songwriter Véronique Sanson is her voice: a warm, passionate, soothing voice, both uplifting and deep, coupled with fine piano playing, a combination that summons comparison with the likes of Carole King, Laura Nyro, or Janis Ian. She recorded two LPs during the early '70s under the tutelage of her husband Michel Berger, and reached another creative peak with her 1974 masterpiece Le Maudit while married to Stephen Stills. She recorded dozens of records, usually under the guidance of Bernard Saint-Paul. Sanson later paid homage to Berger with 2000's D'un Papillon à une Étoile.

    Boulogne-Billancourt, France
  • BORN
    April 24, 1949

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