Jean-Pierre François

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Jean-Pierre François
Birth name Jean-Pierre François
Born (1965-06-07) 7 June 1965 (age 49)
Origin France
Genres Pop
Occupation(s) Singer
Years active 1989–1990
Labels Zone Music

Jean-Pierre François (born on 7 June 1965) is a French singer and former footballer. He remained particularly known for his 1989 summer hit "Je te survivrai", a love song written by Didier Barbelivien,[1] which reached number 2 on the French Singles Chart.

Biography[edit]

François began his football career with a team in Dijon. He then played in Saint-Étienne in 1987, and finally in Basel (Switzerland). In 1989, he tried a singing career with his smash hit "Je te survivrai", then with "Il a neigé sur lacs" and "Des Nuits",[2] released in early 1990. The same year, he also released his first and sole album entitled Des Nuits, which contains a duet with Debbie Davis, but it was not successful. He decided to leave the show-biz, and became owner of a discothèque in Saint-Cyprien.

In 2004, his daughter Sandy, participated in the French TV reality show Star Academy 4.

Football career[edit]

Season Club performance Country
 ?-1986 Dijon FCO France
1986–1987 AS Saint-Étienne B France
1987–1988 FC Basel Switzerland

Discography[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Elia Habib, Muz hit. tubes, p. 165 (ISBN 2-9518832-0-X)
  2. ^ Jean-Pierre François discography and peak positions in France Lescharts.com (Retrieved 3 October 2008)