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Entertainment Céline Dion Calls the death of Jim Steinman

16:27  21 april  2021
16:27  21 april  2021 Source:   programme-television.org

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  Céline Dion pleure la mort de Jim Steinman © provided by Cover Media

It is a great of the music that Celine Dion paid tribute to Tuesday (April 20, 21). Jim Steinman, with whom she had worked on Falling Into You and Let's Talk About Love, died 73 years of renal failure.

"I'm so sad to learn Jim Steinman's death. It was a genius of music ... A director and an incredible songwriter ... Have the opportunity to work with him was one of the greatest privileges of my career. My thoughts and prayers go to his family and friends. Céline XX, "she posted on Instagram.

Jim Steinman had in particular composed of international tubes such as Total Eclipse of the Heart, from Bonnie Tyler, or the album Bat Out of Hell of Meat Loaf.

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