Entertainment "The Voice": Alexis Roussiaux dreams very high
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An Italian teacher in Nancy, the talkative Angelo, 32, tries to win the hearts of the four coaches by resuming, in his own way, Les Paradis perdus, by Christophe. © LIONEL GUERICOLAS / TV / BUREAU233 An Italian teacher in Nancy, the talkative Angelo, 32, tries to win the hearts of the four coaches by resuming, in his own way, Les Paradis perdus, by Christophe. How do you go from a classroom to auditions for The Voice? Angelo: I won a singing competition in Strasbourg last September.
Blond with blue eyes, the Angevin face of Johnny in his early days, Alexis Roussiaux is counting on "The Voice" to launch his career. The 23-year-old singer, originally from Metz, tries his luck this Saturday evening on TF 1 by resuming on the piano-voice "Goodbye Marylou", by Michel Polnareff. A risky bet, which he must take up by pushing his voice in the treble. "I wanted this challenge," says the young artist who released his third single, "Dream high", Friday March 5.
His eponymous first album arrived in March 2020, at the start of confinement without giving him the chance to defend it on stage. It was scheduled to perform at the Alhambra on March 25, the date will be postponed.
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A label at 18
After a literary baccalaureate with a music option, Alexis studied communication at university, in parallel with the start of his career as a singer. “I had the chance to sign with an independent label when I was 18 when I left high school. I chose this path rather than a literary preparation, while taking courses at the university. I quit in the second year. »
He was rocked by the songs of Michel Polnareff, Patrick Bruel and Michael Jackson at home. “My mother is a real estate agent and sang in a choir. There was always music at home thanks to her, but also to my older sister and brother. My parents are not musicians, but have always encouraged me to make my dreams come true. They trusted me and believe in me. »
At 6 years old, Alexis began tapping on the family piano inherited and placed as a decoration in the hallway. Attentive to this musical interest, his parents offered him private piano lessons. Alexis learns to sing on his own, then to play the guitar, at 16, in front of his computer screen. “I wanted music to be 100% fun, without constraints or shackles. I have never been to a conservatory. »
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In concert, the boy applauded Florent Pagny, Patrick Bruel and Ed Sheeran on stage. He also listens to Jean-Jacques Goldman, Pascal Obispo, Bruno Mars, Coldplay and Queen. Buy vinyls, like recently a jazzy homage to John Lennon. The young artist composes all his music and gets help for the texts. Those close to him compare his voice to those of Charlie Puth and Shawn Mendes. The “The Voice” teams spotted him thanks to his musical covers postedto 12,300 subscribers.
The singer, who practiced 13 years of handball, prepared to participate in the telecrochet of TF 1 as for a match. “Sport instilled in me a rigor at work. I work on music every day. “Taking part in the show will save him several years to achieve, he dreams of, success.
The Voice 2021: Marc Lavoine president? The coach mocked by the .
production © TF1 - The Voice The Voice 2021: Marc Lavoine president? The coach mocked by the production This Saturday, March 13, the production of The Voice did not hesitate to make fun of Marc Lavoine. Indeed, after the interpretation of a singer, Vianney asked his counterpart to give his opinion on the service, calling him "Mr. President". Just that ! Viewers have been able to listen to Marc Lavoine's advice on the The Voice program for two seasons now, broadcast on TF1.