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Eve Loiseau sings the songs of Edith Piaf with Fiona Barrow, violin & Edward Jay, accordion
Edith Piaf has become synonymous with French cabaret of the 1940s & 50s and remains France’s most popular singer. Piaf’s life was the stuff of legend, from her dramatic rise from Paris street urchin to star of international renown.
Her life, however, was anything but ‘La vie en rose'. Towards the end of her life, ravaged by pain and injury, Piaf turned to drugs to find comfort and solace, never able to believe that she was indeed loved by countless thousands of fans the world over.
Loiseau discovered a love for Piaf’s music during leisurely family lunches in south-east France as a child. She says of the singer: ‘I feel her embodiment when I put on that simple black dress and dark wig – her songs are so passionate and the music and words take you over.’
Piaf is inimitable, but Eve has found the key to that visceral, earth shaking voice, capturing the essence of Piaf in performance. Fired by the passion, humour and irresistible choruses of her most famous songs ‘La Vie en Rose’, ‘Milord’ and ‘Non, Je Ne Regrette Rien’, Eve’s magical interpretations give a real insight into the soul of the ‘Little Sparrow’.
As the 50th anniversary of Piaf's death approaches, this powerful and moving celebration comes fresh from sold out shows at the Royal Festival Hall, Royal Albert Hall and countless festivals all over the UK.
More at www.Piaf-the-songs.co.uk