Natasha St-pier Bio - Biography

Name Natasha St-pier
Naionality canadian
Date of Birth 10 February 1981,
Place of Birth Bathurst, New Brunswick, Canada
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Born in Canada, Natasha St-Pier started her career in Quebec in 1996 by releasing a first album, Émergence, produced by world renowned composer/producer Steve Barakatt. She came fourth in the Eurovision Song Contest 2001 in Copenhagen with the power ballad "Je n'ai que mon âme", in which she represented France, despite being perhaps the biggest fan favourite before the contest, alongside with Greek participating band Antique. She has released an English version of the song, entitled "All I Have Is My Soul". St-Pier became an overnight sensation in France releasing 5 albums and topping the French album and singles charts. She also made it to the top 10 of the Eurochart Hot 100 single charts. St-Pier became a popular singer in francophone Europe and even outside of it in countries such as Poland and Russia. She also performed as Fleur-de-Lys in the English version of the musical Notre Dame de Paris.

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