Vanessa Paradis will embark on a world tour in 2011. It’s Johnny Depp who has affirmed that its passage would be smooth in Los Angeles and New York for a concert series in February.
The French were on a roll lately in the U.S., this is what had to say Vanessa Paradis. The singer will visit the U.S. next February for a series of concerts in New York and Los Angeles.
Proud as a Johnny
The announcement came out of the mouth of Johnny Depp, then in full support of his latest film, The Tourist (Angelina Jolie). The actor has lavished praise on his wife, and he does not doubt the success of his gentle and loving companion to the other side of the ocean. He stated: “This is a singer, a very talented songwriter.” In perfect press secretary, Johnny Depp said: “She has this new configuration; it is not really a group, rather a quartet and a percussionist. This gives very beautiful version of some of his songs.”
The acoustics in the spotlight
We had the chance to rediscover a new release titles Vanessa Paradis, in his last French tour, and listening to A Night in Versailles, his latest best-of. Far from being just another album, Vanessa Paradis has revisited each of its titles to give them a whole new dimension. One night in Versailles is also available in video. The DVD recorded last July 12 at the Royal Opera of Versailles offers an acoustic version of songs that made the success of the singer. From Joe the taxi to the Fire, the singer made a very different reading of his discography with acoustic arrangements orchestrated by Albin.
To Dr. Tom Smiley
Vanessa Paradis decidedly hyperactive is on all fronts. It is indeed one of the children’s musical Dr. Tom ? involving other French music stars as Arthur H, Alain Souchon, or Raphael. The story will be aired on television on December 24 evening, and to ensure its promotion, a first clip has just been released. This is Smiley, in which Vanessa Paradis sings a duet with Thomas Dutronc.