Art Sullivan

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Art Sullivan
Birth name Marc Liénart van Lidth de Jeude
Also known as Art Sullivan
Born (1950-11-22) 22 November 1950 (age 64)
Brussels
Years active 1971–present
Labels Carrère, Sirocco / Discodis, Disques Apollo, Barclay, Orlando, Philips/Phonogram, Polydor
Website Official website

Art Sullivan (born Marc Liénart van Lidth de Jeude; 22 November 1950) is a Belgian singer.[1] He was successful in many countries, including Belgium, France, Portugal and Germany. Art Sullivan has sold ten million records between 1972 and 1978. Compilations of his hits are still released.

Noble house van Lidth[edit]

The noble hous of lidth is living in Belgium and the Netherlands. The parents of Art sullivan are Marie-José d'Udekem d'Acoz[2] and Josse Liénart van Lidth de Jeude. His mother, daughter of Baron Guy d'Udekem is a relative of Mathilde d'Udekem d'Acoz, they have little contact.

Discography[edit]

Singles released in France/Belgium include:

  • "Et si tu pars" [Art Sullivan et Kiki] (1977)
  • "T’en aller"
  • "Ensemble" (Termol - Art Sullivan) (1972)
  • "La petite fille aux yeux bleus" (Jacques Velt / Art Sullivan) (1973)
  • "Adieu, sois heureuse" (Termol / Art Sullivan) (1973)
  • "Une larme d’amour" (Jacques Velt / Art Sullivan) (1973)
  • "Un océan de caresses" (Sirna Velt - Art Sullivan / Claude Carrère - Jean Schmitt) (1973)
  • "Revoir" (Velt - Art Sullivan) (1974)
  • "Donne, donne moi" (Jacques Velt / Art Sullivan / arrgts. Gabriel Yared) (1974)
  • "Petite demoiselle" (Art Sullivan - Jacques Velt - Ch. Dumolin) (1975)
  • "Viens près de moi" (Velt - Art Sullivan) (1975)
  • "Jenny" (Dumoulin - Velt / Velt - Art Sullivan) (1975)
  • "Vivre d'amour, besoin d'amour" (1976)
  • "Monsieur tu, madame vous" (1977)
  • "Qu’il me revienne" (Termol) (1978)
  • "Fan fan fan" [Art Sullivan and the Cash Band] (Art Sullivan - J. Velt - R. Lienart - M. Wittmann) (1978)
  • "Sur le bord d’une vie" (Art Sullivan - J. Velt) (1978)
  • "Douce comme l’amour" (gabriel Yared - J. Velt - Art Sullivan) (1979)
  • "Si tu veux" (J. Velt - Art Sullivan - Ch. Demolin) (1983)
  • "Le temps qui passe" (J. Velt - Art Sullivan - J. Mercier) (1985)
  • "Determination"
  • "Monsieur Chopin"
  • "Appelle-la"

References[edit]

  1. ^ Wangermée, Robert; Vandervellen, Pascale (1995). Dictionnaire de la chanson en Wallonie et à Bruxelles. Editions Mardaga. pp. 325–. ISBN 978-2-87009-600-0. Retrieved 1 December 2010. 
  2. ^ [1]

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