►Song Title: Paris Un Tango - Mireille Mathieu
Mireille Mathieu (ur. 22 lipca 1946) to francuski chanteuse, piosenkarz pop. Okrzyknięta we francuskiej prasie, jak następcą Édith Piaf, osiągnęła duży sukces komercyjny, zapis ponad 1200 piosenek w dziewięciu różnych językach, z czego ponad 120 milionów płyt sprzedanych na całym świecie.
Mireille Mathieu (born 22 July 1946) is a French chanteuse, and pop singer. Hailed in the French press as the successor to Édith Piaf, she has achieved great commercial success, recording over 1200 songs in nine different languages, with more than 120 million records sold worldwide.
Mireille Mathieu was born and raised in Avignon, Vaucluse département, France, the eldest daughter of a family of fourteen children. The youngest brother born after she had moved to Paris. Her father Roger was from Avignon, and her mother Marcelle-Sophie Poirier came to Avignon from Dunkirk in 1944, as a refugee from World War II. Roger, with his father Arcade, ran a stonemason shop outside the Saint-Véran Cemetery in Avignon, which is still in business today. The family lived in poverty, and were dependent on government housing.
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