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In Brest, Michel Sardou bows out with a Breton flag on his shoulders

This time it's the end.

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In Brest, Michel Sardou bows out with a Breton flag on his shoulders

This time it's the end. After his last trip to Paris, Michel Sardou delivered his final concert in Brest, putting an end to his triumphant “I remember a farewell” tour (more than 60 sold-out dates since October and 400,000 spectators in total) and his career. Scheduled for December, the show had to be postponed following health problems for the 77-year-old singer. This March 29, the man with 100 million records sold performed one last time to sing his greatest hits: “Les lacs du Connemara”, “Le France”, “La fille aux yeux clairs”. And he surprised the Breton public who came en masse to say goodbye.

Born in Paris, but Provençal at heart, Michel Sardou appeared at the end of the concert with a Breton flag. When finishing his turn of singing with the song “Musulmanes”, the artist put on the “Gwenn ha du”, greeting the crowd present at the Brest Arena. A nice nod for someone who has visited all of France and lived in Normandy for more than a decade.

The singer will now live a happy retirement - he repeats over and over in his media interventions - in the Var where he has acquired a new house. No more singing and theater, he swears. “Goodbye, until next time”?

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