Patrick Fiori tops French charts

by Dominique Dufaut 75 views

Less than one month after he entered the French sales list (www.ifop.fr), Patrick Fiori- who represented France in the 1993 Eurovision Song Contest, is on top of the Top 100 this week, with “Quatre mots sur un piano”. The song is performed together with Jean-Jacques Goldman and Christine Ricol.

Quatre mots sur un piano is part of Fiori's last-to-date CD, published in 2005. This is not the first time the 1993 French contender tops the French charts. He actually did it once before. This was in 1998, already with two other artists, Garou and Daniel Lavoie. The song "Belle" was part of the musical "Notre Dame de Paris" andheld onto first place of the bestsellers for months. It also gained the "Victoire de la Musique" award (French Grammies) in the "Best song" category in 1999.

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