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

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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

BBC4 To Re-run Top Of The Pops 1982 (UK)!

If you are in the UK and you missed some shows of Top Of The Pops (TOTP) 1982 which featured David Christie, a couple of years back, you’re in luck this time round! UK TV channel BBC4 are currently screening all episodes of TOTP for 1982 weeknights, so keep a look out David on your screens!!!

 

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Christine’s Blog: Il n’y a pas d’amour sans chanson

In 1993 Serge Prisset, a French singer of the seventies, but also an author, composer, producer and artistic director, Continue reading

Rare Album: Special David Christie Sound (LP, 1968)

One of the most rarest and sought after David Christie albums to come by would be the “Special David Christie Sound, Volume 1”. Continue reading

#ThrowbackThursday: David Christie’s 1960’s Music

Hi everyone!

I thought I would do a Throwback Thursday of some David Christie’s work from his 1960’s EP’s for your listening pleasure. Continue reading