|J'Ai Vu Maman Embrasser Le Père Noël||2:11|
|Petit Papa Noël||4:12|
|Les Enfants Oubliés||4:23|
|Vive Le Vent||2:20|
|L'Enfant Au Tambour||3:05|
|NBL 503, NBL-503||René Simard||Ave Maria (LP, Album)||Nobel, Nobel||NBL 503, NBL-503||Canada||1971|
|67.025||René Simard||Ave Maria (LP)||Disques Carrere||67.025||France||1974|
|PGC-CD-9301||René Simard||Ave Maria (CD, Album, RE)||Guy Cloutier Communications||PGC-CD-9301||Canada||1996|
Ave Maria (CD, Album, RE). Guy Cloutier Communications.
René Claude Simard, CM, (born February 28, 1961) is a pop singer from Quebec. Simard was born in Chicoutimi, Quebec. In 1974, René Simard was awarded the Grand Prix by Frank Sinatra at the annual Tokyo Music Festival. In Canada, he hosted the CBC Television series, The René Simard Show, from 1977 to 1979. Simard was also an occasional actor. He played the henchman Stu in the 1995 film Kids of the Round Table. Between 2006 and 2008, he hosted the television series L'heure de gloire on Radio-Canada.
Born: February 28, 1961 in Chicoutimi, Quebec René Claude Simard is a pop singer from Quebec, chiefly popular in the 1970s. He was discovered and managed by Guy Cloutier. His first albums were produced by René Angélil, whom later managed and eventually married Céline Dion.
Né en 1961 à Chicoutimi, René Simard grandit à l’Île d’Orléans. Les Québécois font sa connaissance alors qu’il remporte le premier prix à l’émission télévisée Les découvertes de Jen Roger, en 1970. L’année suivante, Ave Maria atteint aussi des ventes exceptionnelles. Sorry, there are currently no upcoming shows for this artist.
Album · 2015 · 13 Songs. See All. Souvenirs de vacances.
Ave Maria, for voice & orchestra (adapted from Intermezzo of "Cavalleria Rusticana"). 7. Ave Maria, for voice & piano (after Bach's Prelude No. 1 from the Well-Tempered Clavier, Book 1). 02:59. 8. Ellens Gesang III ("Ave Maria"), song for voice & piano, D. 839 (Op. 52/6). 9. Ave Maria for voice & piano. 10. 03:01. 11.
Spouse Marie-Josee Taillefer (m. 1987) Parents Jean-Roch Simard, Gaby Simard Albums Rene & Nathalie Simard, Ave Maria, L'oiseau, Pascale Children Rosalie Simard, Olivier Simard Similar People Nathalie Simard, Marie‑Josee Taillefer, Renee Martel, Pierre Lalonde, Jean‑Francois Breau. Before c line dion there was ren simard 1978 cbc archives cbc. René Claude Simard, CM, (born February 28, 1961 in Chicoutimi, Quebec) is a pop singer from Quebec, chiefly popular in the 1970s. Afterwards, Simard had a short-lived career as a Japanese idol singer in Japan. Back to his native country, he hosted his own CBC Television series from 1977 to 1979, produced in Vancouver by Alan Thicke and featuring various international celebrity guests.