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Life and arrangement

Dave was born in Amsterdam. His father was Jewish and an English instructor by commerce; his mother was a clear dancer. He has two brothers, Marteen and Lucas, and a sister, Elsbeth. He conversant how to play guitar at 14 years of period. He became a very divine individual who prayed frequently and plane planned to application theology; however, he eventually chose to application regulation.

Among other things, he was inspired by Jack Kerouac's On the Road , a revolutionary novel which incited the young nation of the globe to freedom to acquire the vitality on the roads, and to adjoin with others. Passionate almost the ocean and rivers (a affection which he owes to his grandfather), he left the Netherlands by boat with 1,000 guilders in his pocket (almost two months' living expenses).

He met Eddie Barclay, the executive for Barclay Records, in Saint-Tropez in 1968; Barclay was responsible for launching Dave's arrangement in exhibit employment.

Dave in 1969

On February 26, 1969, he participated in the Nationaal Songfestival, the Dutch pre-choice contest for that year's Eurovision Song Contest with a poem named Niets gaat zo snel, preserve did not win. In Summer 1969 he reached the Veronica Top 40 charts for the leading period with Nathalie, peaking at #28.

From 1971 to 1974, he was one of the actors in the melodious Godspell, making friends with agent Daniel Auteuil, who would befit his best associate.

In 1974, he released Trop Beau, a French accommodation of The Rubettes' smite Sugar Baby Love; later, he released Vanina, an accommodation of Del Shannon's Runaway, adapted into French by Patrick Loiseau (fr). These were followed in 1975 by Mon cœur est malade, Dansez maintenant and Du côté de chez Swann. His self-titled leading album was released at the end of 1975. His later hits included Lettre à Hélène (1978), Comment ne pas être amoureux de vous (1978), and his leading number one one, Allo Elisa (1979).

In the 1980s, his popularity waned following the access of FM radio in France. He quiet had an hearers due to grow performances and his classic hits. However, he himself likened the retract to a "crossing of a very handsome untamed". In 1993, he released a novel album, then in 1994, he made a comeback following the free of a greatest hits album, which sold more than 200,000 copies. He later recorded a novel album entitled Toujours le même bleu, which included a inscription one from which enables him to smite the charts once again. It is also about this period that Dave revealed himself as homosexual.

In 1996, he appeared in a commercial for Dutch cheese. He later became a co-presenter with Sheila of the TF1 television program Salut les Chouchous; behind a year, he assumed the presenter duties alone. In 1997, publisher Lattès Editions published Dave's autobiography, Du côté de chez moi ("Around where I grow"). An album, Dave classique, was released, fulfilling his trance to register some clear compositions.

From 2001 to 2005 Dave presented unitedly with Flavie Flament and Denis Brogniart the TV event Domino Day on TF1. In 2003, he released another autobiographical book, Soit dit en passant... mes années paillettes, which dealt with his vitality as a showbiz announce in the 1970s. The book also revealed the affection story which has united Dave with his lyricist and associate Patrick Loiseau (fr) for more than thirty years. The latter also participated in the act to portion his rendering of the events.

In 2006, he released a novel album below the designation of "Dave Levenbach", Tout le plaisir a été pour moi. In September 2006, he played four particular concerts at the Théâtre de l'Européen in Paris.

He was awarded Knight of the Order of Orange-Nassau on 17 April 2015.

Selected discography

Singles

French 1968: Si je chante 1974: Trop beau 1974: Vanina (# 1/FR) 1975: Mon cœur est malade 1975: Dansez maintenant (# 1/NL, #1/BE) 1976: Du côte de chez Swann (# 9/NL) 1976: Ophélie 1976: Hurlevent 1979: Allo Elisa 1980: Maria Magdalena 1996: Boulevard des sans amour Dutch 1969: Nathalie (# 29/NL) 1969: Niets gaat zo snel 1990: De eerste keer act nog pijn English 1974: Sugar Baby Love 1974: Runaway German 1975: Mein Mädchen Monika 1975: Wie schön dich zu seh'n 1980: Und alles soll plötzlich zu Ende sein Italian 1969: Il ricordo di Natalie Spanish 1975: Vanesa

Albums

1976: Tant qu'il y aura (# 1/FR) 1979: Pour que tu me comprennes (# 1/FR) 1996: Toujours le même bleu 2004: Doux Tam Tam 2006: Tout le plaisir a été pour moi 2011: Blue-Eyed Soul !

Television

usually as a TV presenter

1996–1997: Salut les Chouchous (TF1) 2001–2002: Eurovision Song Contest (France 3), with Marc-Olivier Fogiel 2001–2005: Domino Day (TF1), with Flavie Flament and Denis Brogniart 2010–2013, 2015–2016: La France a un incroyable genius (M6), as a impartiality (2010–2013) and a visitor impartiality (2015–2016) 2011–2012: Les années 1980 : le retour and Les années 1990 : le retour et Les années 2000 : le retour (M6), with Sandrine Corman 2014–2016: Du côté de chez Dave (France 3 and TV5Monde interpolitical) 2015: Téléthon (France 3), with Sophie Davant and Nagui since 2016: Même le dimanche (France 3), with Wendy Bouchard

Filmography

1981: Dickie-roi as Dickie-roi 1994: La Cité de la peur as himself 2006: Poltergay as himself 2013: Une chanson pour ma mère as himself

Life and arrangement

Dave was born in Amsterdam. His father was Jewish and an English instructor by commerce; his mother was a clear dancer. He has two brothers, Marteen and Lucas, and a sister, Elsbeth. He conversant how to play guitar at 14 years of period. He became a very divine individual who prayed frequently and plane planned to application theology; however, he eventually chose to application regulation.

Among other things, he was inspired by Jack Kerouac's On the Road , a revolutionary novel which incited the young nation of the globe to freedom to acquire the vitality on the roads, and to adjoin with others. Passionate almost the ocean and rivers (a affection which he owes to his grandfather), he left the Netherlands by boat with 1,000 guilders in his pocket (almost two months' living expenses).

He met Eddie Barclay, the executive for Barclay Records, in Saint-Tropez in 1968; Barclay was responsible for launching Dave's arrangement in exhibit employment.

Dave in 1969

On February 26, 1969, he participated in the Nationaal Songfestival, the Dutch pre-choice contest for that year's Eurovision Song Contest with a poem named Niets gaat zo snel, preserve did not win. In Summer 1969 he reached the Veronica Top 40 charts for the leading period with Nathalie, peaking at #28.

From 1971 to 1974, he was one of the actors in the melodious Godspell, making friends with agent Daniel Auteuil, who would befit his best associate.

In 1974, he released Trop Beau, a French accommodation of The Rubettes' smite Sugar Baby Love; later, he released Vanina, an accommodation of Del Shannon's Runaway, adapted into French by Patrick Loiseau (fr). These were followed in 1975 by Mon cœur est malade, Dansez maintenant and Du côté de chez Swann. His self-titled leading album was released at the end of 1975. His later hits included Lettre à Hélène (1978), Comment ne pas être amoureux de vous (1978), and his leading number one one, Allo Elisa (1979).

In the 1980s, his popularity waned following the access of FM radio in France. He quiet had an hearers due to grow performances and his classic hits. However, he himself likened the retract to a "crossing of a very handsome untamed". In 1993, he released a novel album, then in 1994, he made a comeback following the free of a greatest hits album, which sold more than 200,000 copies. He later recorded a novel album entitled Toujours le même bleu, which included a inscription one from which enables him to smite the charts once again. It is also about this period that Dave revealed himself as homosexual.

In 1996, he appeared in a commercial for Dutch cheese. He later became a co-presenter with Sheila of the TF1 television program Salut les Chouchous; behind a year, he assumed the presenter duties alone. In 1997, publisher Lattès Editions published Dave's autobiography, Du côté de chez moi ("Around where I grow"). An album, Dave classique, was released, fulfilling his trance to register some clear compositions.

From 2001 to 2005 Dave presented unitedly with Flavie Flament and Denis Brogniart the TV event Domino Day on TF1. In 2003, he released another autobiographical book, Soit dit en passant... mes années paillettes, which dealt with his vitality as a showbiz announce in the 1970s. The book also revealed the affection story which has united Dave with his lyricist and associate Patrick Loiseau (fr) for more than thirty years. The latter also participated in the act to portion his rendering of the events.

In 2006, he released a novel album below the designation of "Dave Levenbach", Tout le plaisir a été pour moi. In September 2006, he played four particular concerts at the Théâtre de l'Européen in Paris.

He was awarded Knight of the Order of Orange-Nassau on 17 April 2015.

Selected discography

Singles

French 1968: Si je chante 1974: Trop beau 1974: Vanina (# 1/FR) 1975: Mon cœur est malade 1975: Dansez maintenant (# 1/NL, #1/BE) 1976: Du côte de chez Swann (# 9/NL) 1976: Ophélie 1976: Hurlevent 1979: Allo Elisa 1980: Maria Magdalena 1996: Boulevard des sans amour Dutch 1969: Nathalie (# 29/NL) 1969: Niets gaat zo snel 1990: De eerste keer act nog pijn English 1974: Sugar Baby Love 1974: Runaway German 1975: Mein Mädchen Monika 1975: Wie schön dich zu seh'n 1980: Und alles soll plötzlich zu Ende sein Italian 1969: Il ricordo di Natalie Spanish 1975: Vanesa

Albums

1976: Tant qu'il y aura (# 1/FR) 1979: Pour que tu me comprennes (# 1/FR) 1996: Toujours le même bleu 2004: Doux Tam Tam 2006: Tout le plaisir a été pour moi 2011: Blue-Eyed Soul !

Television

usually as a TV presenter

1996–1997: Salut les Chouchous (TF1) 2001–2002: Eurovision Song Contest (France 3), with Marc-Olivier Fogiel 2001–2005: Domino Day (TF1), with Flavie Flament and Denis Brogniart 2010–2013, 2015–2016: La France a un incroyable genius (M6), as a impartiality (2010–2013) and a visitor impartiality (2015–2016) 2011–2012: Les années 1980 : le retour and Les années 1990 : le retour et Les années 2000 : le retour (M6), with Sandrine Corman 2014–2016: Du côté de chez Dave (France 3 and TV5Monde interpolitical) 2015: Téléthon (France 3), with Sophie Davant and Nagui since 2016: Même le dimanche (France 3), with Wendy Bouchard

Filmography

1981: Dickie-roi as Dickie-roi 1994: La Cité de la peur as himself 2006: Poltergay as himself 2013: Une chanson pour ma mère as himself


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