French singer, actor, and professional poker player Patrick Bruel has been wooing audiences with his elegant croon ever since his 1982 debut. As a poker player Bruel depends on his ability to hide emotion, but when he takes the stage to sing his passionate songs of love and loss it's a different story. Whether he's treating fans to classic hits like "Alors Regard" and "Qui a Le Droit" or newer material like "Lequel de Nous," Bruel is sure to imbue his songs with the warmth and passion fans have come to know and love on his upcoming tour dates.
French Algerian-born Patrick Bruel aspired to be a soccer star as a youth before his attendance at a Michel Sardou concert in 1975 steered him towards singing. After achieving moderate success as an actor, he made his singing debut with the album Vide in 1982. The album's title track failed to chart, but the playful single "Marre de Cette Nana-la!" was a hit, introducing him to French audiences and earning him praise as a promising young talent. He delivered on that promise just a few years later, topping the charts in his home country with his third album Alors, Regarde. Since then he's landed four more No. 1's in France, endearing himself to generations of listeners with hits like "Combien de Murs..." and "Mon Amant de Saint Jean." Back on the road, Bruel will treat ticket buyers to his beloved voice on a string of highly anticipated tour dates.