Lucky Blondo (born Gerard Blondiot, 23 July 1944 in Paris, France) is a French singer who was popular in the 1960s.
His heyday came during the emergence of French rock.
His main successes were "Sheila", "Baby Face", "Dix petits indiens", "Sur ton visage une larme" (a French version of the song "Una lacrima sul viso" by Bobby Solo), and "Des roses rouges pour un ange blond".
He is one of the few French singers to have performed, in 1977, 33 tours in Nashville with The Jordanaires, the vocal group that sang with Elvis Presley.
In 1978, still in Nashville, he recorded an album of covers entitled Ce vieux cow boy, including, in particular, "Une santé dacier" and "On ne t'oubliera jamais".
He then worked in advertising, before returning to singing in 2006 for a retro show.
He lives in Audierne, a seaside city in southern Finistère, where he lived in the mid-1970s.
|Geburtsdatum:||23.07.1944 (♌ Löwe)|
|Alter:||78Jahre 6Monate 4Tage|