Hello everyone!

We are back!

I hope you are all doing well! Apologies to you all that there haven’t been any posts this year. This year has been a traumatic and devastating time for me and my family due to family bereavements. I want to thank you all for your continued support for the David Christie Fan Page and fan clubs on Twitter and Facebook.! There’s a backlog of stuff to get through and I will try and get through them when I can.

Since my absence, there’s been some news/updates about David Christie’s work and I hope to post these soon too. It looks like there might be some surprises for us fans coming later in the year-fingers crossed for that!

Thank Yous!

Many thanks to Christine and Rémy Pépino for helping and working very hard in running the David Christie fan club on Facebook! If you haven’t joined yet, please do check them out! Also, I would also like to thank Jack Robinson of Robin Song Music, Nicole Valérie and Kalone please also check out their websites for news and updates!

Many thanks & cheers everyone!

Christine’s Blog: Vost of The Vidéo (English)

By Guest Author Christine
Hello everyone!

In order to complete the post of April 1st 2018, I offer you Kalone’s
video subtitled in English. Continue reading

David Christie Fan Group Now On Facebook!

Hello everyone!

Just a little note to let you all know that that The David Christie Fan Group is now on Facebook! You are all welcome to join and become members of the group at –

I hope to see you there soon, best wishes to you all! 🙂

Visit Intext Capbreton: Tribute To David Christie

Hello everyone and welcome new members!
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Christine’s Blog Part 3: David Christie Pioneer of 80’s Music

David Christie

In 1968 David records his first hit “Julie” which sold 300,000 copies. One year later he sang at “Olympia, the famous French concert hall and toured with Pierre Perret; then in 1970 he continued his galas and took to the road with Claude François, a famous French singer. Continue reading

Christine’s Blog Part 2! Kalone Pays Tribute To David Christie, An International Star Born In Tarare

To pay tribute to David and with the authorizations of his family, Kalone decided to realize a new version (lounge) of “Saddle Up”; the arrangements are new ones recorded at home with Tommy Jacks ( keyboards) and Alain Jegou ( guitar). But voices (Kalone and Krystel Breda) were recorded in Lyon. Continue reading