Nicolas Peyrac

Nicolas Peyrac

Nicolas Peyrac (born 6 October 1949 in Paris as Jean-Jacques Tazartez) is a French musician, writer and photographer. Just when he was about to lose his record deal with Pathé due to failure of success, Nicolas released the critically acclaimed 1975 song So far away from L.A., which made him an overnight star. Dropping his medical studies almost near the end (in his sixth year), he concentrated on his musical career, releasing his next hit song Et mon père ("And my father") for which he received a 'French Grammy', the prix de l’UNAC.[1] Within a few months, he became part of the most talented musicians of his generation.

Continuing the 1975 success, Nicolas released several albums, and was supporting act for stars like Serge Lama, Marie-Paule Belle et Dalida. He also regularly headlined, taking him all the way to Japan.

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