Véronique Béliveau

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Véronique Béliveau
Birth name Nicole Monique
Born (1955-01-24) January 24, 1955 (age 62)
Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Genres Pop, rock
Occupation(s) Singer, actress
Years active 1977-1989
Labels RCA, A&M

Véronique Béliveau (born January 24, 1955 in Montreal, Quebec), originally Nicole Monique, is a Canadian actress and pop/rock singer who was nominated for a 1987 Juno Award for Female Vocalist of the Year.[1] Her first full-length album was Prends-moi comme je suis in 1977. Her first English language album was Borderline in 1987, which was released under the single name Veronique. In 1985, she was one of a group of Canadian singers to make "Tears Are Not Enough" to raise funds to fight famine in Ethiopia. One of her high-profile performances was in the opening Gala for Expo 86.

Though mainly known as a singer, she was also an actress, appearing in the 1976 film Parlez-nous d'amour.

Discography[edit]

Albums[edit]

  • 1977 Prends-moi comme je suis (RCA)
  • 1980 Veronique Beliveau (RCA)
  • 1983 Transit (A & M)
  • 1985 Cover Girl Cache Ton Coeur (A & M)

Under the name Veronique (no last name)

  • 1987 Borderline ( A & M)
  • 1989 Veronique

Singles[edit]

  • 1977 "Nous Partirons En Univers" (RCA)
  • 1980 "Aimer" (RCA) Quebec #1
  • 1983 "Je Suis Fidele" (A & M) Quebec #1
  • 1983 "C'est Un Reveur" ( A& M) Quebec #1
  • 1983 "That Boy" (A & M)
  • 1984 "Please" (A & M)
  • 1984 "Le Rock" (A & M)
  • 1985 "Cover Girl(Cache Ton Coeur)" (A & M) Quebec #1
  • 1985 "Je Suis Comme Je Suis" (A & M)
  • 1985 "Toute La Nuit" (A & M)

Under the name Veronique (no last name)

  • 1986 "Make A Move On Me" ( A & M) Canada #44
  • 1987 "I Can't Help It" (A & M) Canada #85
  • 1987 "Love You Like A Fire" (A & M)
  • 1988 "Borderline" (A & M)
  • 1989 "Jerusalem (A & M)" (duet with Marc Gabriel)
  • 1989 "House of Love" (A & M) Canada #90
  • 1990 "I'm Gonna Make You Love Me" (A & M)

Video clips[edit]

  • 1985 Tears Are Not Enough (full-length documentary)
  • 1986 Make A Move On Me
  • 1987 I Can't Help It
  • 1989 House Of Love

Other[edit]

With Northern Lights

Footnotes[edit]

Citations[edit]

  1. ^ "Juno Awards Database". junoawards.ca/database/. Canadian Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences. Retrieved 19 February 2011.  External link in |work= (help)

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