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Houston French Singer 1

This Houston French Singer has been working in the Cabaret world since 1990, creating her own one-woman shows in French and in English. She has brought her music to such U.S. cities as New York, Washington D.C., L.A., Cleveland, New Orleans and to the Fringe Festivals in Canada and to Edinburgh, Scotland.

While living in Paris, she was a regular at the Hotel Westminster and made a special appearance at “Le Petit Journal Montparnasse” and performed at The Green Room, Pizza on the Park, CentreStage and in the West End at Jermyn Street Theater in London during her years living there.

Houston French Singer performances

Since 1994, this Houston French Singer has performed her repertoire of both French and American Cabaret music on the high seas in every corner of the world on the luxury cruise liners: m/s Seabourn Spirit, Pride and Legend, Silver Seas’ the m/s Silver Whisper, Radisson-7 Seas’ m/s Paul Gauguin, and Paquet’s m/s Ocean Pearl. Currently she is a headliner on Wind Star’s sailboat the Wind Surf.

"The Song Remembers When” and "Thank You for the Music" are recordings of American standards and Contemporary songs. This Houston French Singer has also recorded “A French Collection” and the newly released “French Collection..Deux”, both of French popular songs.

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Country United States
City Houston
State/Province Texas

6 responses to “Houston French Singer 1”

  1. Mark Shenton says:

    “She’s the authentic cabaret article: blessed with a richly expressive, passionate and dramamatic voice; an affable personality that makes her a natural communicator; and a vibrant, vivacious repertoire. — Mark Shenton, The Stage, London

  2. The International Herald Tribune says:

    “This American Piaf is not to be missed!!” –The International Herald Tribune, Paris

  3. Listener says:

    “The greatest compliment I could give a singer is that they remind me of the greatest singer and entertainer the world ever had. A man named Francis Albert Sinatra. Well, I have to give it to you. I’m not saying you look or sound like Mr. Sinatra. I’m talking about how you present the song. You have a way of taking a song, the lyrics and manipulating them (so that) you make it sound like the song was written for you to sing. I believe you have done just that, I enjoy your videos, wonderful!!” — YouTube Listener

  4. Mark Shenton says:

    “She has an effortlessly floating voice that cuts to the meaning of the song. But most of all, it is her gorgeous respect and palpable love of this material that communicates itself so vivaciously in the same way… she’s certainly a singer I’d like to hear again and again.– Mark Shenton, The Stage, London

  5. The Stage says:

    “There is no denying the quality of her voice or the standard of her musical taste. One thing she has in abundance is talent!” — The Stage, London

  6. Cabaret Scenes says:

    “One of the greatest Cabaret voices on either side of the Atlantic.” — Cabaret Scenes, New York and London

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