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Les FrancoFolies de Montréal, 2014-06-14
July 28, 1973 |
|Genres||French Pop, Pop Rock|
His first album release was Refaire le monde in 2005. It included "Tout près du bonheur" with Céline Dion. The song was written by Dion and a music video was also released that was shot in Nevada. At the first Gala Artis, held in Montreal on April 30, 2006, Céline Dion also performed the song with Dupré.
Dupré opened for Céline Dion in her "Taking Chances" tour in Montréal and the release of a second album Revenir à toi in 2008.
His third album Entre deux mondes also contained a duet with Dion in the track "Y'a pas de mots".
His fourth album was released in 2013 titled Nous sommes les mêmes earning him the Félix for "Best male artist of the year"during the "35e Gala L'ADISQ" on 27 October 2013. The title track was a great success in Quebec and earned him also the Félix for "Popular song of the year" during the same event. The album was certified gold in Quebec.
He has also cooperated with other artists, including Marc-André Fortin, Marie-Pier Perreault, Wilfred Le Bouthillier, Annie Villeneuve, Marie-Ève Côté, Maxime McGraw, Jérôme Couture, Jean-Marc Couture and Olivier Dion.
In popular culture
In 2012, he produced the annual album of the Quebec popular reality television series Star Académie.
Dupré is married and has three children.
|Refaire le monde|
|Revenir à toi|
|Entre deux mondes||
|Nous sommes les mêmes|
|2006||"Tout près du bonheur"
(with Céline Dion)
|Refaire le monde|
|2008||"Sans toi"||85||Revenir à toi|
|"Si pour te plaire"||86|
|2010||"Entre deux mondes"||87||Entre deux mondes|
|2013||"Nous sommes les mêmes"||47||Nous sommes les mêmes|
|"Un coup sur mon cœur"||91|
|"—" denotes releases that did not chart|
- Bouchard, Dany (April 27, 2006). "La star chantera en duo avec Marc Dupré". Canoe. Retrieved 16 August 2012.
- Artis Award
- Discographie: Official webpage listing, including song lyrics and credits
- Céline Dion: Official site
- Marc Dupré: Official site