Fanny (singer)

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Birth name Fanny Biascamano
Born (1979-09-16) September 16, 1979 (age 36)
Origin France
Genres Pop music
Occupation(s) Singer
Years active 1991–present
Website Official site

Fanny Biascamano (born on September 16, 1979, in Sète, Hérault), known as Fanny, is a French singer.


She became known in 1991 by participating at the age of 12 years to sequence "Numéro 1 de demain" in TV show Sacrée Soirée host by Jean-Pierre Foucault on TF1. Her performance of Édith Piaf's rock hit "L'Homme à la moto" allows her to release her first single. It became a top seven hit in France[1] and earned a gold record.

The same year, she released her first album, entitled Fanny, and her second single, "Un poète disparu".[1] In 1993, she released her second album, wrote by Didier Barbelivien, but its success was confidential.

In 1997, she was chosen to represent France at Eurovision Song Contest in Dublin with a title called "Sentiments songes". She was ranked at the seventh place with 95 points.



  • 1992 : Fanny
  • 1993 : Chanteuse populaire


  • 1991 : "L'Homme à la moto"
  • 1992 : "Un poète disparu"
  • 1992 : "On s'écrit"
  • 1993 : "Chanteuse populaire"
  • 1994 : "P'tit Paul"
  • 1997 : "Sentiments songes"


  1. ^ a b Fanny's discography and peak positions in France (Retrieved May 10, 2009)

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Preceded by
Dan Ar Braz & l'Héritage des Celtes
with Diwanit Bugale
France in the Eurovision Song Contest
Succeeded by
Marie Line
with Où aller