Celebrity birthdays for the week of March 27-April 2
Celebrity birthdays for the week of March 27-April 2: March 27: Actor Julian Glover is 87. Actor Jerry Lacy is 86. Actor-director Austin Pendleton is 82. Actor Michael York is 80. Keyboardist Tony Banks of Genesis is 72. Keyboardist Andrew Farriss (INXS) is 63. Jazz musician Dave Koz is 59. Movie director Quentin Tarantino is 59. Bassist Johnny April of Staind is 57. Actor Talisa Soto is 55. Actor Ben Koldyke (“Masters of Sex,” ″How I Met Your Mother”) is 54. Actor Pauley Perrette (“NCIS”) is 53. Singer Mariah Carey is 52. Drummer Brendan Hill of Blues Traveler is 52. Actor Elizabeth Mitchell (“V,” ″Lost”) is 52. Actor Nathan Fillion (“Castle”) is 51.
© Screenshot / TF1 Garoured Gar with Celine Dion? The surprising answer of the singer
for a long time almost indissociable, Garou and Céline Dion have distinguished ... On the plateau of 50'inside, Saturday, April 16, 2022, the singer seemed very embarrassed to evoke his links with the Canadian star.
for years, they formed a successful musical duo. After moving the planet with their tube under the wind, released in October 2001, Garou and Céline Dion are remained very close to . And the Quebec singer counted a lot in the career of his protégé, since she presented it to René Angelil. For years, the art agent took the interpreter of only under his wing . "He upset, transformed my career. In Canada, it was the boss. His gaze on our common passion for music was very important," said Garou at the Paris at the time of the death of Celine Dion's husband, the 15th January 2016. Their collaboration will have lasted eight years, before the singer decides to put an end by creating his production company. Despite this distance, Garou has always kept strong links with the couple, and especially with Céline Dion .
Celebrity birthdays for the week of April 3-9
Celebrity birthdays for the week of April 3-9: April 3: Actor Marsha Mason is 80. Singer Wayne Newton is 80. Singer Tony Orlando is 78. Singer Richard Thompson is 73. Bassist Curtis Stone of Highway 101 is 72. Guitarist Mick Mars of Motley Crue is 66. Actor Alec Baldwin is 64. Actor David Hyde Pierce (“Frasier”) is 63. Comedian-actor Eddie Murphy is 61. Singer-guitarist Mike Ness of Social Distortion is 60. Singer Sebastian Bach (Skid Row) is 54. Actor Jennie Garth (“Beverly Hills 90210″) is 50. Actor Adam Scott (“Parks and Recreation”) is 49. Guitarist Drew Shirley of Switchfoot is 48. Actor Matthew Goode (“Downton Abbey,” ″The Good Wife”) is 44.
Yet in recent years, their links have distended. And the subject became almost thorny for Garou, which seems not to want to evoke it. Guest on the plateau of 50 'INSIDE Saturday, April 16, 2022, The singer seemed bothering by a question from Nikos Aliagas . "You kept links I imagine, always?", Asked him the facilitator. If he first assured that "of course" he kept contact with the star, Garou acknowledged that he had "not too much news" right now. "She postpones everything, she canceled a lot of things, but good ..." He launched without talking about the health problems of Céline Dion who forced her to cancel several concert dates weeks. And to conclude on another subject: "The good news is that I was able to recover the guitarist with whom I played who had gone playing with her ... and there I recovered it".
Today in Music History for March 30: In 1913, Frankie Laine, whose jazz-influenced singing style produced dozens of hit records in the '40s and '50s, was born in Chicago. His work included ``That's My Desire,'' ``Mule Train,'' the ``Rawhide'' TV show theme and the title song from the Mel Brooks film ``Blazing Saddles.'' He died Feb. 6, 2007. In 1914, blues singer John Lee (Sonny Boy) Williamson was born in Jackson, Tenn. He was the first of two singers and blues harp players who called themselves Sonny Boy Williamson. The first recorded very little, but did produce a classic 1947 recording of ``Good Morning Little Schoolgirl.
Garou has "cut off the cord" with Céline Dion
on the plateau of on a separate Wednesday, April 13, 2022, Garou had been more loquacious about his friendship with Céline Dion. He confided while their relationship had suffered from their drastically opposed visions of his career. "She wanted to take me very high and then, at one point, it's almost me who cut off the cord to let me plan ," he remembered on Canal +'s shift sofa. The singer, who had "more desire to go down than to go up" did not want to "be anywhere on the planet" at all. This choice, Céline Dion had trouble understanding it. But Garou keeps a particular affection for the one who gave him so much. "We did the same job, we were two small Quebec raw diamonds , he described, moved. She was trying to understand my vision, her her, so we had a unique complicity."
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Canada's Dion wins short track world gold, Hamelin career ends with relay bronze .
MONTREAL — Canadian short-track speedskater Pascal Dion won his first world championship gold medal and his decorated teammate Charles Hamelin capped his career with a relay bronze. Montreal's Dion won the men's 3,000 metres on home ice at Maurice Richard Arena and then helped Hamelin and Canada take bronze in the 5,000-metre relay. The relay was Hamelin's swan song and his 38th world championship medal, of which 15 were gold. The 37-year-old from Sainte-Julie, Que., had a storybook ending to his Olympic career when he, Dion, Steven Dubois and Jordan Pierre-Gilles won relay gold in Beijing in February.