sobota, 30. apríla 2016

Celine Dion : "Celine Dion à tout prix" France Photoshoot by Michel Marizy 2002






On October 10, 2002, Celine Dion taped the television show "Céline Dion à tout prix" in Paris, hosted by Laurent Boyer. The show was broadcast on the french channel M6, on November 22, 2002.  Celine Performed  with songs :"The Greatest Reward" in duet with Daniel Levi , "Ten Days" in duet withGérald De Palmas , "Pour que tu m'aimes encore", "I'm Alive" , "Goodbye’s (The Saddest Word)".

Celine Dion : Eurovision Memory "Ne partez pas sans moi" April 30,1988


The 1988 winner was Celine Dion representing Switzerland with the song ‘Ne partez pas sans moi’. A 20 year old Celine Dion is pictured here the day after her win at the Shelbourne Hotel in Dublin enjoying a champagne breakfast. Celine told RTÉ News reporter Gerry Reynolds she knew she would win because people kept telling her she would! Celine Dion went on to become an international star and it all began in Dublin.








Song Information
Country: Switzerland
Artist(s) : Céline Dion
Language: French
Composer(s): Atilla Şereftuğ
Lyricist(s): Nella Martinetti
Conductor: Atilla Şereftuğ

Finals performance
Final result: 1st
Final points: 137

"Ne partez pas sans moi" ("Don't Leave Without Me") is the Swiss winning entry in the Eurovision Song Contest 1988, performed by Céline Dion. It was released as a single in Europe on May 6, 1988. Dion performed "Ne partez pas sans moi" for 600 million viewers worldwide on the awards telecast.

The song composed by Turkish songwriter named Atilla Şereftuğ and Swiss composer Nella Martinetti won with 137 points, beating the United Kingdom entry "Go" performed by Scott Fitzgerald by just one point in one of the closest finishes in Eurovision history. The single sold 200,000 copies in Europe in two days and over 300,000 copies in total. It is considered to be one of the most popular Eurovision entries, mainly because Dion used the song's success to launch her international career.

"Ne partez pas sans moi" was also included on Dion's 1988 album The Best Of released in Europe (June 1988). The song appeared in Canada as B-side to "D'abord, c'est quoi l'amour?." It also appeared on the French version of Dion's Incognito album.

A music video was released in 1988.

Céline Dion also recorded a German version of "Ne partez pas sans moi," called "Hand in Hand".

piatok, 29. apríla 2016

Celine Dion 20th Annual American Music Awards January 25,1993









On January 25, 1993, Celine Dion attended the 20th Annual American Music Awards, at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, California. Peabo Bryson and Celine Dion present the award for Favorite Adult Contemporary New Artist to k d lang at the American Music Awards 1993. KD Lang thanks the Greg Penny, Larry Wanagas, Warner Brothers, Carl Scott, and the listeners.

Celine DionThe 18th Annual American Music Awards January 28,1991






On January 28, 1991, Celine Dion participated in the 18th Annual American Music Awards. She was invited to present, with Will Smith, the American Music Award for the category 'Favorite Heavy Metal/Hard Rock New Artist'. The ceremony was held at the Shrine Auditorium, in Los Angeles, California, USA. Will Smith and Celine Dion present the award for Heavy Metal/Hard Rock Artist to Aerosmith at the American Music Awards 1991. They thank their record label, mangement, the fans, and Kiss.

Celine Dion The 19th Annual American Music Awards January 27,1992




On January 27th, 1992, Celine Dion took part in the 19th Annual American Music Awards, held at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, California, USA. She performed "Beauty and the Beast" in duet with Peabo Bryson. 

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Celine Dion "Fais ce que tu voudras"( "Les Chansons En Or" 1986 / "On ne change pas" – DVD 2005)

"Fais ce que tu voudras" (meaning "Do What You Want") was written by Quebec's composer René Grignon and French lyricist Eddy Marnay. It is the first and only single from Celine Dion's greatest hits album "Les chansons en or". It was released in June 1986 in Quebec, Canada.

On June 14, 1986 this melancholic ballad entered the Quebec Singles Chart and peaked at number 36, spending twelve weeks on the chart.

The B-side included "Tu es là," which was taken from the album "C'est pour toi".

Dion filmed her first real French-language music video for this single in 1986. It was directed by François Girard and featured Dion at a train station. This music video can be found on the DVD and also audio on  CD called On ne change pas (2005). It was Dion's second music video after her first English-language song "Listen to the Magic Man."

Fais ce que tu voudras
Si tu t’en vas
Tout sera vieux
Et la Terre vivra sans nous
Je crois en toi
Et j’aimerais mieux
Qu’elle tourne avec nous
Fais ce que tu voudras
Fais ce que tu veux
Mais reste ici
Fais le chaud et le froid
Et si tu me laisses un peu de pluie
J’ai mon amour qui fait soleil

Je dors avec toi
Même si tu n’es pas là
Tu es mon rêve unique
Mon seul pays
Et mon seul ami
Et mon amour en musique

Fais ce que tu voudras
Fais ce que tu veux
Mais reste ici
Fais le chaud et le froid
Et si tu me laisses un peu de pluie
J’ai mon amour qui fait soleil

S’il faut se battre
Je me battrai aussi
Je jouerai ma vie
Ma dernière carte pour te garder

Fais ce que tu voudras
Fais ce que tu veux
Mais reste ici
Fais ton jouet de moi
Et si tu me laisses un peu de pluie
Mon amour changera mes nuits en soleil

— 
(E. Marnay / R. Grignon)

Celine Dion "Fais ce que tu voudras"( "Les Chansons En Or" 1986 / On ne change pas – DVD 2005)