Éric Esteve biography

Éric Esteve

Vocals, Musical Artist

1951 –


Who is Éric Esteve?

Éric Estève is a French author, composer and singer.

Originally discovered by Véronique Sanson at the age of 17, Estève recorded on Epic. Veronique offered Éric the first part of her show and used him as a background vocalist in her own show as well as on the albums Live At the Olympia 1976, Hollywood and 7e. Their mutual friend and producer Bernard Saint-Paul affectionately refers to the sound of Éric and Véronique's voices singing together as "the blend".

In 1978, Michel Berger and Luc Plamondon offered Éric the part of Ziggy in their rock opera Starmania. The original Starmania lineup included Daniel Balavoine, Claude Dubois, Diane Dufresne, France Gall, René Joly, Fabienne Thibeault, and Nanette Workman.


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Jul 14, 1951
Also known as
  • Eric Esteve
  • Éric Estève
  • France

on July 23, 2013

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