Valérie at the Life Ball 2009, Rathaus, Vienna.
|Birth name||Valérie Sajdik|
|Also known as||Valérie|
|Born||April 2, 1978|
|Genres||Pop, Dance, Electronic, Jazz, Contemporary R&B, Chanson|
Valérie Sajdik is an Austrian pop singer, lyricist, host and actress.
Valerie Sajdik achieved her first chart successes with the girl band C-bra and became famous through lead singing in her band Saint Privat, which was very successful in the mid-2000s. She has since released three solo albums and tours internationally. She splits her time between living in Austria and France, and is tri-lingual (French, German, English). February 2010, she was invited to perform at the Vancouver Cultural Olympiads (Francophone Side) and performed on CBC Radio-Canada. She performed "Noyé" written by Vox and also her original "Une fois à la vie", both from her 2010 album, Ich Bin Du Bist. Her third solo album Les Nuits Blanches is a soundtrack of her sleepless ‚White Nights‘ featuring jazz chansons in various languages - French, English, German and Russian.
sind doof" (2007)
- "Noch einmal" (2007)
- "Regen" (2007)
- Picknick (May 4, 2007)
- Ich Bin Du Bist (March 19, 2010)
- Les Nuits Blanches (October 2013)
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