Celine Dion Biography
Alongside Mariah Carey and Whitney Houston, Celine Dion was part of the holy trinity of vocal divas that inspired a generation, selling 200m albums worldwide and becoming the most successful Canadian artist of all time in the process. Born in Charlemagne, Quebec in 1968, she began singing with her siblings in her parents’ small piano bar before she was discovered by manager and future husband Rene Angelil, who then personally financed the release of her 1981 debut La Voix Du Bon Dieu. She continued to achieve success in both her homeland and France throughout the decade, whilst also winning the Eurovision Song Contest for Switzerland in 1988. But she began to make inroads in the US following 1990’s English-speaking debut Unison, which produced the Top 5 hit “Where Does My Heart Beat Now,” and 1992’s self-titled studio effort, home to her Oscar-winning duet with Peabo Bryson, “Beauty & The Beast.” 1994’s The Colour Of My Love proved to be her real breakthrough, spawning chart-toppers in both the US (“The Power Of Love”) and UK (“Think Twice”), eventually selling 20m worldwide, whilst fans outside Canada got the chance to buy Celine Dion tickets for the first time with a world tour of the same name. Continuing to showcase her bilingual talents, 1995’s D’eux remains the best-selling French language album of all time whilst preceded by second US No.1, “Because You Loved Me,” 1996’s Grammy-winning Falling Into You went onto become the fourth best-selling album of the 90s. After performing at the Atlanta Olympics opening ceremony, she teamed up with a string of musical legends including Barbra Streisand, The Bee Gees and Pavarotti for 1997’s second consecutive 30m+ seller, Let’s Talk About Love, released Celine Dion tickets for a world tour of the same name and performed the theme to Titanic, “My Heart Will Go On.” Following a fourth US number one with R. Kelly duet, “I’m Your Angel,” an appearance at 1998’s VH1 Divas and a first hits compilation, she took a two-year break before returning with 2002’s A New Day Has Come and 2003’s dance-oriented One Heart. Later that year Celine Dion tickets went on sale for A New Day… a residency at Caesar’s Palace which would last five years and over 700 shows. 2007’s Taking Chances was promoted with a more conventional 132-date world tour, whilst during the release of documentary, Celine: Through The Eyes Of The World and 12th French-language album, Sans Attendre, she embarked on a three-year second Las Vegas residency, simply titled Celine.
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