Serge Lama

Serge Lama ( born February 11, 1943 in Bordeaux, France; actually Serge Chauvier ) is a French chanson singer and songwriter. His first big hit in the French charts he had in 1968 with D' aventure en aventure ( from the eponymous debut album ). Its by far the biggest hit is the song Je suis malade (1974 ), which brought it up to number one and also in the version of Dalida was a huge success. Again and again sing young Belgian singer, as Lara Fabian, this song, which places high demands on vocal and emotional skills.

1971 Lama represented his homeland at the Euro Vision Song Contest in Ireland with the Title Un jardin sur la terre, who landed but only in tenth place. He also wrote in the following years lyrics for artists such as Marie -Paule Belle, Mireille Mathieu, Gilbert Becaud and Melina Mercouri.

Other big hits were Les ports de l' Atlantique, the number-one song Mourir en France (1976 ), Le dernier baiser (1977 ), Femme, femme, femme (1978) and Napoleon ( 1982). For many years he has been mainly in demand as a music artist and still achieved with its regular publications, the French charts. In 2004 he brought out the album Pluri elles, the twelve songs are interpreted in duets with various singers. These included, among others, Lara Fabian, Isabelle Boulay, Anggun and Dalida. The CD contains both old and new compositions. 2008 appeared his CD L' âge d' horizons.