Here are 22 famous musicians from France died in Cancer:
Pierre Bachelet (May 25, 1944 Paris-February 15, 2005 Suresnes) otherwise known as Bachelet, Pierre was a French singer, film score composer and songwriter.
His albums include Les Lolas, Le meilleur de Bachelet, Des chansons pour toujours, Emmanuelle, Quelque part... c'est toujours ailleurs, Succès..., Tu es là au rendez-vous, 10 ans de Bachelet pour toujours, Histoire d'O and Essaye.
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Claude Nougaro (September 9, 1929 Toulouse-March 4, 2004 Paris) also known as Nougaro, Claude was a French singer and poet.
His albums: Chansongs, Embarquement immédiat, Hombre et lumière, Intégrale I: Le jazz et la java, Intégrale II: Toulouse, Intégrale III: Armé d'amour, Intégrale IV: Tu verras, Intégrale V: Cadencé, L'Enfant phare and La Note bleue. Genres he performed include Jazz.
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Michel Serrault (January 24, 1928 Brunoy-July 29, 2007 Équemauville) otherwise known as Michel Lucien Serrault was a French actor. He had two children, Nathalie Serrault and Caroline Serrault.
His discography includes: .
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Michel Colombier (May 23, 1939 Lyon-November 14, 2004 Santa Monica) also known as Michel Clombier or Michael Colombier was a French composer, film score composer, conductor, music arranger and songwriter. He had six children, Agathe Colombier, Siena Colombier, David Colombier, Arabella Colombier, Emily Colombier and Christian Colombier.
His albums include Michel Colombier, Old Fool Back on Earth, Swept Away, Largo Winch TV Series Soundtrack, Wings, The Golden Child: Music from the Motion Picture, Metamorphose: Messe pour le Temps Present, Psyché Rock Sessions, Psyche Rock and Cannabis / Ce sacré grand père. Genres he performed: Film score and Ballet.
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Jean-Claude Brialy (March 30, 1933 Sour El-Ghozlane-May 30, 2007 Monthyon) also known as Jean Claude Brialy, Montserrat, J.C. Brialy or Brialy was a French actor, film director, screenwriter, television director, singer and writer.
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Lizzy Mercier Descloux (December 16, 1956 Paris-April 20, 2004 Saint-Florent) otherwise known as Mercier Descloux, Lizzy was a French singer and songwriter.
Her discography includes: Mambo Nassau, One for the Soul, Press Color, Suspense, Lizzy Mercier Descloux, Zulu Rock and Best Off. Her related genres: Rock music, Funk, No wave, Post-punk and Worldbeat.
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Édith Piaf (December 19, 1915 Belleville, Paris-October 10, 1963 Alpes-Maritimes) otherwise known as Edith Giovanna Gassion, Edit Piaf, Idith Piaf, Edith Piaf, Édith Giovanna Gassion, The Little Sparrow, Ãdith Giovanna Gassion, Jean Maurice Eugène Clément Cocteau, The French Billie Holiday, La Môme Piaf, Edith Gassion, La Mome Piaf, Kid Sparrow, La vie en rose, Small bird, Édith Lamboukas, Édith Pills, Édith Gassion or The Waif Sparrow was a French singer, songwriter and actor. She had one child, Marcelle Dupont.
Her albums include De beste sangene, Die großen Erfolge – Die großen Chansons, Het beste van Edith Piaf, La Môme de Paris, Ses plus grands classiques, 20 Golden Greats, Chansons d'amour, Collection d'or, La Vie en rose and Mes amours. Genres she performed: Cabaret, Torch song and Chanson.
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Claude Piéplu (May 9, 1923 Paris-May 24, 2006 Paris) also known as Claude Pieplu, Piéplu or Claude Léon Auguste Piéplu was a French actor and voice actor.
His albums include and .
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Jacques Martin (June 22, 1933 Lyon-September 14, 2007 Biarritz) was a French presenter. His children are Jeanne-Marie Martin, Frédéric Martin, David Martin and Judith Martin.
His albums include Les émancipations d'Alphonse.
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Fred Chichin (May 1, 1954 Clichy-November 28, 2007 Paris) otherwise known as Fred Chichin, Chichin, Frédéric, Les Rita Mitsouko or Frédéric Chichin was a French singer and singer-songwriter. His children are called Ginger Roman, Simone Ringer and Raoul Chichin.
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Maurice Jarre (September 13, 1924 Lyon-March 28, 2009 Malibu) also known as Maurice-Alexis Jarre or Jarre was a French composer, conductor and film score composer. He had three children, Kevin Jarre, Jean Michel Jarre and Stephanie Jarre.
His albums include The Man Who Would Be King, Soleil Rouge, Ghost, Enemy Mine, Doctor Zhivago, Doctor Zhivago & Ryan's Daughter, A Walk in the Clouds, Jesus of Nazareth, Lawrence of Arabia and Dead Poets Society. Genres: Film score.
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Mado Robin (December 29, 1918 Yzeures-sur-Creuse-December 10, 1960 Paris) also known as Madeleine Marie Robin was a French singer. Her child is Michelle Smith.
Genres she performed: Opera.
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Ginette Garcin (January 4, 1928 Marseille-June 10, 2010 Nanterre) was a French actor and voice actor.
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Bernard Giraudeau (June 18, 1947 La Rochelle-July 17, 2010 Paris) a.k.a. Bernard René Giraudeau was a French actor, film director, screenwriter, film producer, writer, soldier, engineer and television director. He had two children, Sara Giraudeau and Gael Giraudeau.
His albums: and .
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Arthur Rimbaud (October 20, 1854 Charleville-Mézières-November 10, 1891 Marseille) also known as Jean Nicolas Arthur Rimbaud, Rimbaud, Arthur, Arthur or Sale petit Cagot was a French writer and poet.
Discography: Poètes & chansons: Arthur Rimbaud.
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Rita Cadillac (May 18, 1936 Paris-April 5, 1995 Deauville) also known as Nicole Yasterbelsky was a French actor.
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Annie Fratellini (November 14, 1932 Algiers-June 30, 1997 Neuilly-sur-Seine) otherwise known as Annie Violette Fratellini was a French clown, actor and singer. She had one child, Valérie Granier-Deferre.
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Jacno (July 3, 1957 Paris-November 6, 2009 France) a.k.a. Denis Quilliard or Denis Jacno was a French singer, actor and film score composer. He had one child, Calypso Medeiros.
His albums: Tant de temps, Faux Témoin, French Paradoxe, Jacno, , , and .
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Boby Lapointe (April 16, 1922 Pézenas-June 29, 1972 Pézenas) also known as Bobby Lapointe, Lapointe, Boby, Robert (Boby) Lapointe, Robert, Jean-François, Joseph, Pascal Lapointe, Bobby La Pointe, Le chanteur sous-titré or Robert Lapointe was a French singer, actor and mathematician. He had two children, Ticha Lapointe and Jacky Lapointe.
His albums include Comprend qui peut, Boby Lapointe, Compilation, En public, L'intégrale, Avanie et Framboise, Anthologie : La musique a une histoire, , and .
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Remo Forlani (February 12, 1927 Paris-October 25, 2009 Paris) otherwise known as Rémo Forlani was a French screenwriter, actor and writer.
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Gérard Rinaldi (February 17, 1943 Paris-March 2, 2012 Briis-sous-Forges) also known as Gérard Dinal or Gerard Rinaldi was a French singer-songwriter, actor, voice actor, film score composer and musician.
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Georges Poujouly (January 20, 1940 Garches-October 28, 2000 Villejuif) was a French actor and voice actor.
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