MY LIFE WITH THEO AND EDITH Since so many people have asked me so many questions the last 40 years, I decided to share my memoires of Theo and Edith, and the life that I lived with them in 1962 and 1963. The book is called " THE LAST LOVE OF EDITH PIAF" and is published by Les Editions de l'Archipel.
After my brother married Edith Piaf, much to my delight and surprise, my brother and Edith invited me to live with them. That event, without realizing it, brought a rapid and dramatic change in my life. Suddenly because of them, I was living a life of a celebrity without being one. To learn more about my life with Theo and Edith, visit our Biography Page.
I am very humbled and happy to be included with Edith Piaf and Theo Sarapo on this Platinum triple CD. I heard my voice giving the introduction in the Bobino Theatre and I was touched to hear the voices of Edith and Theo singing A quoi ça sert l'amour? This performance in the Bobino Theatre was Edith Piaf's last public appearance.
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A Conversation with Christie Laume
In this video I discuss how I came to write my book, 'The Last Love of Edith Piaf'. I share many stories as well as showing some of the pictures contained in the book. I hope you enjoy this video.
THEO SARAPO CD
The last husband of Edith Paif, Theo Sarapo did a good carerr alone after the success of the duet with the lady in 1962 "À quoi ça sert l'amour ?". In 1963 Theo Sarapo made a movie with Franju (Judex) then 7 years after with Boissett (Un Condé). This CD is a compilation of songs Theo recorded from 1962 – 1968. It is available on Amazon France.
SIXTIES GIRLS VOLUME 3
Imagine the French, inspired by the sounds coming out of the US and UK, taking ideas from the great girl-groups, the beat-groups and combining it with the best of the French chanteuse traditions... The result became known as the yé-yé sound; classic pop songs with a French twist. For more information visit our Music Page. For more information on the ye’-ye’ sound, visit the Ye-Ye Girls Website.