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Michel Sardou has been one of France's most popular entertainers since the mid-'60s, a singer whose material combines the craft and flair of classic French chanson with a lively and opinionated streak that doesn't shy away from commenting on French politics and culture. Despite changing tastes, Sardou has continued to be one of France's leading musical stars well into the 21st century, and No. 1 de Michel Sardou is a career-spanning two-disc anthology that collects 37 of his most popular songs, from his 1967 hit "Les Ricans" to 2006's chart success "Beethoven."


Born: 26 January 1947 in Paris, France

Genre: French Pop

Years Active: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

One of the most popular French pop vocalists of all time (barring the inevitable Jacques Brel), Michel Sardou is without doubt the best-selling, with tens of millions of albums sold and a string of more than 25 consecutive hit singles. Though his songwriting can hardly be compared to the genius of Brel, Sardou has often written solid, impact-driven songs which illustrate his political and social views without fear of popular compromise. He has also ignored the prospect of international audience,...
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