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Gérard Lenorman was born on February 9, 1945 in Calvados. In 1968, his career took off and the young singer opened for Johnny Hallyday. He also composed songs for Brigitte Bardot, then at the height of her fame. In 1970, he triumphed in the lead role of the musical "Hair" where he replaced Julien Clerc. The following year, his single "De toi" trusts the French charts. The successes follow one another until 1978, when his album "Nostalgies" gets two gold discs. Since then, the man known as the Little Prince of French song has toured regularly throughout France, singing his most beautiful hits.With "Boulevard de l'Océan", his 7th album, Gérard Lenorman comes back to something more humble and short, and more classical in form. For the first time since the beginning of his career he calls upon a single lyricist and not the least "Etienne Roda-Gill" lyricist of Julien Clerc.
Gérard Lenorman was born on February 9, 1945 in Calvados. In 1968, his career took off and the young singer opened for Johnny Hallyday. He also composed songs for Brigitte Bardot, then at the height of her fame. In 1970, he triumphed in the lead role of the musical "Hair" where he replaced Julien Clerc. The following year, his single "De toi" trusts the French charts. The successes follow one another until 1978, when his album "Nostalgies" gets two gold discs. Since then, the man known as the Little Prince of French song has toured regularly throughout France, singing his most beautiful hits.With "Boulevard de l'Océan", his 7th album, Gérard Lenorman comes back to something more humble and short, and more classical in form. For the first time since the beginning of his career he calls upon a single lyricist and not the least "Etienne Roda-Gill" lyricist of Julien Clerc.
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Format: CD
Label: GL PROD
Rel. Date: 05/26/2023
UPC: 3700398727608

Boulevard De L'ocean
Artist: Gerard Lenorman
Format: CD
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Gérard Lenorman was born on February 9, 1945 in Calvados. In 1968, his career took off and the young singer opened for Johnny Hallyday. He also composed songs for Brigitte Bardot, then at the height of her fame. In 1970, he triumphed in the lead role of the musical "Hair" where he replaced Julien Clerc. The following year, his single "De toi" trusts the French charts. The successes follow one another until 1978, when his album "Nostalgies" gets two gold discs. Since then, the man known as the Little Prince of French song has toured regularly throughout France, singing his most beautiful hits.With "Boulevard de l'Océan", his 7th album, Gérard Lenorman comes back to something more humble and short, and more classical in form. For the first time since the beginning of his career he calls upon a single lyricist and not the least "Etienne Roda-Gill" lyricist of Julien Clerc.
        
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