Je Chante! Magazine

Special edition: "French-Arab" musical repertoire

The latest issue of the magazine Je Chante ! la revue de la chanson française has published an important file on the French-Arab song repertoire, with interviews and articles on Enrico Macias, Line Monty, Blond-Blond, Maurice El Médioni, Salim Hallali, José de Suza, Lili Boniche...

In the latest issue of Je chante ! Magazine, published in January 2016, the editing commitee, led by Raoul Bellaïche, prepared two big and inseparable files. The 1st is dedicated to Enrico Macias, famous artist of Northern African origins. 40 pages including his biography, a talk with the singer, and many other articles going back on his career, his life, and from where he got his inspiration. The 2nd file is dedicated more generally to the French-Arab song repertoire, with biographies of some of the best artists of this music : Line Monty, Blond-Blond, Maurice El Médioni, Salim Halali, José de Suza, Lili Boniche...

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