Los Angeles French Singer 2
This Los Angeles French Singer is a world traveler and army brat, fluent in French and acting and singing since age five. She performed her first one-woman show at the John F. Kennedy Center in Washington DC, and has sung at most of DC’s major hotels including the Shoreham, Hay Adams, Mayflower and Sheraton among others.
In her first major screen role, she appeared as the Nightclub Singer opposite Tommy Lee Jones in spy thriller “Double Agent”. In Los Angeles, this Los Angeles French Singer has appeared at the John Anson Ford Amphitheatre, the Wilshire-Ebell, and the Catalina Jazz Club, where her self-penned one-woman show, “Toujours l’Amour!” (forever love!) about the life of fabled French singer, Edith Piaf was performed to sold-out crowds.
Los Angeles French Singer performances
She has also performed her tribute to Ms. Piaf, “Edith Piaf and More!” at the Longbeach Crawfish Festival, the House of Blues on the Sunset Strip, as well as many other restaurants and special events in Los Angeles, Beverly Hills and Palm Springs. Esteemed critic Mr. Richard Blackwell wrote: “[she] is the rebirth of Edith Piaf”! With her extensive vocal repertoire extending beyond Piaf to Janis to Judy to Liza to Patsy to Connie Francis and more, this Los Angeles French Singer is often in demand to perform at special events of all kinds, as well as perform with her seven-piece all-original New Orleans-flavored rock band.
Los Angeles French Singer credits
She has adapted, written and recorded songs in French, some of which can be heard on SongJunkies.com’s recent release as well as for National Geographic. Two of her compositions and recordings, “Toi et Moi” (Parisian Romance) and “Danse d’Amour” (Dance of Love) were licensed by Warner Chappell for inclusion in a brand new episode of “Supernatural” currently seen on the CW network (formerly ABC). This Los Angeles French Singer resides in the Hollywood Hills, California.