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Mireille Mathieu

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Mireille Mathieu

French singer add

Category: Music

Born in 1946.

Countries: France (50%), Russia (19%), Spain (4%)

Education: undef.

Main connections: Brigitte Bardot, Dalida, Francis Lai

Linked to: Barclay Records, Capitol Records, Charlie Hebdo, Christian Lacroix

 

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Mireille Mathieu was born in 1946 add something


1962

Thus, losing to Michèle Torr in 1962 when she sang "Les cloches de Lisbonne" at the first contest, and losing again in 1963 singing Édith Piaf's "L'Hymne à l'amour add something


1965

During a 1965 summer gala, added to the Enrico Macias concert by Raoul Colombe , she met her future manager Johnny Stark add something

 

Mireille was invited to Paris by the impresario Régis Durcourt to sing on the "Song Parade" television program, Friday 19 November 1965 add something

 

The truth has never been revealed how, but Mireille was suddenly moved-up to compete live on the Sunday 21 November 1965 episode of "Jeu de la Chance," a talent segment of the popular French program "Télé-Dimanche add something


1966

Mireille spent all of 1966 and 1967 touring add something


1968

By 1968, under his careful management, she was France's most popular singer add something

 

Mireille included his operatic voice on her 1968 Christmas album, where it was mixed in with the Minuit Chrétiens song add something

 

While on tour in February 1968, Mireille was in a car accident in which she fractured one of her vertebrae; the injury sidelined her for three months add something


1970

Aslan (artist) - He is the sculptor of the Fifth Republic Marianne as Brigitte Bardot in 1970, followed by the Mireille Mathieu Marianne

 

Jacques Pottier - In the 1970s he taught French musical artists Dalida, Nicole Croisille, Sheila and Ringo , Thierry Le Luron and Mireille Mathieu


1971

In 1971, Barclay was unable to meet the demands for records add something


1972

Barclay's contract was to run until 1972 add something

 

In 1972, Mireille toured Canada and produced a live album add something

 

In the 17 April 1972 issue of Charlie Hebdo an unflattering caricature of Mireille was featured on the cover in an attack cartoon that was titled "Comme Mireille Mathieu Votez Débile" and a voice balloon saying "Areu Areu" or goo-goo baby talk add something


1985

In 1985, Mireille joined in a huge project by Placido Domingo, called "The Tales of Cri-Cri add something


1986

In 1986, she performed a concert in Beijing, China add something


1989

In 1989, President François Mitterrand invited Mathieu to sing a tribute to General Charles de Gaulle add something


1990

In December 1990, She gave a series of concerts at the Palais des Congrès in Paris add something


1993

In 1993, she released two albums devoted to her idol, Édith Piaf, essentially retracing her roots add something


1996

In January 1996, "Vous lui Direz" was released add something


1999

In 1999, she released a German album "Alles nur ein Spiel", with Francis Lai on accordion add something


2006

The performance, and interview, were recorded and released in wide-screen DVD format in 2006; however, the DVD was in European video format only add something


2007

In 2007, she gave her support to Nicolas Sarkozy who was the mayor of Neuilly sur Seine , where she has resided since coming to Paris in 1965 add something


2008

On 1 November 2008, she was a guest of Prime Minister Vladimir Putin in Moscow, and performed a concert in his honor add something


 

On 4 November 2010, she was awarded the Russian Medal of Friendship by President Dmitry Medvedev at a State Dinner add something


2011

On 26 January 2011, Mireille was promoted from Chevalier to Officier of the Légion d'honneur add something

 

On 10 November 2011, Mathieu cancelled her concert in Israel for the second time in 2011 add something


2012

Even their latest concert to Siberia in 2012 has kept them paired and the music has always been rated excellent in reviews add something

 

In 2012 she did not support any candidate publicly add something

 

Mireille Mathieu was accompanied by her mother and sister Monique to Moscow, Russia from 31 August to 8 September 2012, for the Spasskaya Tower Military Festival in the Red Square add something

 

As of 26 September 2012 her lawyer André Schmidt has sued the station for defamation add something

 

On 12 October 2012 Mireille Mathieu announced on her Web page that she had cancelled some of her shows in Russia add something

 

She was able to salvage the tours on 3 November 2012 in Moscow, 5 November 2012 in Saint Petersburg and 7 November 2012 in Krasnodar add something


2013

She has rescheduled one concert in Ufa to 7 March 2013 add something

 

During one of the concerts as part of this festival, September 5, 2013 she sang before the audience under the icy rain and gusty winds in a light dress, refusing to offer her coat, considering it disrespectful to merznuvshim people in the stands add something


2014

Mathieu has a pretty active tour schedule for 2014 on her web site, to celebrate her 50th year in show business add something

 

Her France 50th Anniversary tour runs from October to November 2014 add something


2015

Mathieu performed her 50th Anniversary tour in Germany and Austria from March 1st to March 16th 2015, singing in twelve different cities to sellout crowds add something

 

In March 2015 she announced on her web page that all the concerts in Russia were cancelled "due to the economic situation add something

 

On 26 May 2015, Mireille will sing at the "Culture Without Borders" project at the UNESCO headquarters in Paris add something

 

On 30 July 2015, she will return, after 41 years, to Byblos, Lebanon for the Byblos International Festival add something


2016

On 20 March 2016, Mireille's mother passed away at the age of 94 from a pulmonary embolism add something