Wednesday, July 13, 2011

Liza Minelli: Officer of the Legion of Honor

With his time at the Olympia, the American singer was honored in France by becoming an Officer of the Legion of Honor. A distinction awarded by the Minister of Culture, Frédéric Mitterand. Liza Minnelli, aged 65, published in 2010 a new album, "Confessions." A publication which is accompanied by a world tour.

Daughter of Judy Garland, who started his career at the age of 17 years the film "The Wizard of Oz" by Victor Fleming, the way was paved for Liza Minelli who rubbed shoulders with Hollywood stars in his youth as Fred Astaire or Gene Kelly. If the fate of Liza Minelli leads first to the acting business, soon, the music takes precedence.

An exceptional career, which in the late 80's, Liza Minnelli will bring to occur in a world tour along with two other monsters of the songs Sammy Davis Jr. and Frank Sinatra. Liza Minelli also mixed music and movies in great movies like the sublime "Cabaret." Liza Minnelli loves France, she has great affection for Charles Aznavour she considers her mentor.

In 1989, the star will notice a shift in pop music with his album "Results," written by the Pet Shop Boys, whose singles "Do not Drop Bombs" and "Losing My Mind" will be ranked in the top sales world. Throughout his life, Liza Minnelli has supported many humanitarian causes. Among other things, she has dedicated many concerts to benefit amfAR, the Foundation for Research against AIDS.

In 1994, she recorded a single "The Day After" in favor of the research against AIDS, provided many charity concerts. U.S. singer Liza Minnelli has received his medal in the presence of Michou and Line Renaud. The culture minister praised his qualities as a singer and praised his commitment to great humanitarian purposes including the fight against AIDS.

Very emotional, the singer has now dedicated to his friend Charles Aznavour.

No comments:

Post a Comment