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Released in 2009, Tree of Life is the second studio album from French singer/songwriter Maxim Nucci, but the first to be recorded under the guise of Yodelice, a character inspired by the films of Tim Burton, who lives in the fictional world of Spookland. Co-written with Marianne Groves, the English-language follow-up to his self-titled debut combines folk, rock, and R&B and includes the single "Sunday with a Flu" alongside a collaboration with Paul McCartney drummer Abe Laboriel, Jr. ~ Jon O'Brien, Rovi


Born: 23 February 1979 in Créteil, France

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Yodelice is a French pop singer/songwriter who made his full-length debut in 2009 with the international hit album Tree of Life. Born Maxim Nucci on February 23, 1979, in Créteil, France, he began playing music at a young age and studied for a while in England. He began his professional music career around the turn of the century, when he established himself as a hitmaking producer and songwriter. His first major success was as the producer of the Popstars-spawned girl group L5, including the chart-topping...
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