Latest Lara Fabian Setlist
Lara Fabian at Vorst Nationaal / Forest National
- Je me souviens
- J'ai zappé / Leila
- Tu t'en vas
- Take Me Home, Country Roads
- Perdere l'amore
- La différence
- Si tu m'aimes
- Je suis malade
- Saisir le jour
- J'y crois encore
- Aimer déjà / Parce que tu pars / Immortelle
- Tu es mon autre / Sur un prélude de Bach
- I Will Love Again
- Par amour
- Je t'aime
- Pas sans toi
About Lara Fabian
Award-winning global pop star Lara Fabian returns to the US with her “50” WORLD TOUR in celebration of her 50th birthday. The North American leg of the tour will also celebrate Lara’s 30 years on stage. The tour announcement comes on the heels of her new album PAPILLON, which dropped for the audience just before St. Valentine’s Day (February 8). Her new body of work is in French and now available on all streaming platforms (iTunes, Apple Music, Spotify, Amazon, YouTube, SoundCloud).
Born in Brussels, Lara spends the first five years of her life on the Island of Sicily (Italy). In 1988, she represents Luxembourg at the Eurovision Song Contest with the song Croire, coming in 4th. In 1990 she encounters the singer-songwriter, Rick Allison. Lara and Rick write together her very first self-titled album which has immediate success in Quebec, Canada. In 1994, her second album, titled Carpe Diem, goes triple platinum.
Five years later Lara releases her first English album in the USA (Sony Music). The dance-pop song I am who I am, remixed by Hex Hector becomes an underground club hit. The album goes on to sell over 3 million copies worldwide.
In August 2014, Lara releases the single Make Me Yours Tonight in Turkey, with a Turkish version titled Al Götür Beni. The song tops Turkish charts at number one and remains in the Top 10 for 19 straight weeks. In February 2015, Lara releases two “Best Of” albums, titled Essential and Selection, including new songs and later announces the release of her 11th French album titled Ma Vie Dans la Tienne. (Warner Music)
In 2017 she releases Camouflage, her first original English album in more than a decade, followed by a world tour.
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