Tino Rossi

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Tino Rossi was a French singer, songwriter, and actor who was known for his romantic ballads and charming screen presence. He was born Constantino Rossi on April 29, 1907, in Ajaccio, Corsica, France. He was the youngest of four children, and his parents were both musicians. His father was a singer, while his mother was a pianist, and they instilled in him a love of music from an early age.

Rossi began his career as a professional singer in the early 1930s. He started by performing in Parisian cabarets and theaters, where his smooth voice and romantic style quickly made him a popular performer. He soon began recording and releasing records, and his first hit song was "Marinella" in 1934. The song became a classic of French chanson and helped to establish Rossi as a rising star in the music industry.

In the 1940s and 1950s, Rossi's popularity continued to grow. He recorded dozens of albums and appeared in many films, including "La Belle Meunière" and "Le chant de l'exilé." He also became known for his charitable work, especially for children's causes. Rossi was beloved by his fans for his charming personality and down-to-earth demeanor, and he became an icon of French popular culture.

Throughout his career, Rossi remained true to his romantic and sentimental style, singing songs of love and longing. He was known for his smooth, expressive voice, which he used to great effect in his ballads. Some of his most popular songs include "Petit Papa Noël," "Besame Mucho," and "J'attendrai." He also recorded many songs in his native Corsican language, including "O Corse, île d'amour" and "La belle île de beauté."

Rossi continued to perform and record into the 1970s, even as younger singers began to dominate the charts. His music remained popular with fans of all ages, and he continued to tour and perform live shows throughout his career. In addition to his music, Rossi was also a successful actor, appearing in films such as "Le Soleil a toujours raison" and "La petite chocolatière."

Tino Rossi passed away on September 26, 1983, in Neuilly-sur-Seine, France, at the age of 76. He was mourned by fans around the world, and his legacy as one of France's greatest singers continues to live on. 

--> Watch Tino Rossi's most beautiful songs on Paris Chanson's YouTube channel: https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLWflgUzryeDxxTnghBprRxw6q2aUkh_vG

Tino Rossi was a French singer, songwriter, and actor who was known for his romantic ballads and charming screen presence. He was born Constantino Rossi on April 29, 1907, in Ajaccio, Corsica, France. He was the youngest of four children, and his parents were both musicians. His father was a singer, while his mother was a pianist, and they instilled in him a love of music from an early age.

Rossi began his career as a professional singer in the early 1930s. He started by performing in Parisian cabarets and theaters, where his smooth voice and romantic style quickly made him a popular performer. He soon began recording and releasing records, and his first hit song was "Marinella" in 1934. The song became a classic of French chanson and helped to establish Rossi as a rising star in the music industry.

In the 1940s and 1950s, Rossi's popularity continued to grow. He recorded dozens of albums and appeared in many films, including "La Belle Meunière" and "Le chant de l'exilé." He also became known for his charitable work, especially for children's causes. Rossi was beloved by his fans for his charming personality and down-to-earth demeanor, and he became an icon of French popular culture.

Throughout his career, Rossi remained true to his romantic and sentimental style, singing songs of love and longing. He was known for his smooth, expressive voice, which he used to great effect in his ballads. Some of his most popular songs include "Petit Papa Noël," "Besame Mucho," and "J'attendrai." He also recorded many songs in his native Corsican language, including "O Corse, île d'amour" and "La belle île de beauté."

Rossi continued to perform and record into the 1970s, even as younger singers began to dominate the charts. His music remained popular with fans of all ages, and he continued to tour and perform live shows throughout his career. In addition to his music, Rossi was also a successful actor, appearing in films such as "Le Soleil a toujours raison" and "La petite chocolatière."

Tino Rossi passed away on September 26, 1983, in Neuilly-sur-Seine, France, at the age of 76. He was mourned by fans around the world, and his legacy as one of France's greatest singers continues to live on. 

--> Watch Tino Rossi's most beautiful songs on Paris Chanson's YouTube channel: https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLWflgUzryeDxxTnghBprRxw6q2aUkh_vG

Top Tracks

Petit papa noël 1

Petit papa noël

J'attendrai 2

J'attendrai

Le chant du gardian 3

Le chant du gardian

Marinella 4

Marinella

Petit Papa Noel 5

Petit Papa Noel

C'Est Trop Beau 6

C'Est Trop Beau

Paris, voici Paris 7

Paris, voici Paris

Besame Mucho 8

Besame Mucho

Tchi Tchi 9

Tchi Tchi

Les Pêcheurs De Perles 10

Les Pêcheurs De Perles

Top Albums

40 titres d'or
40 titres d'or
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Chansons Eternelles / Sony Music Box
Chansons Eternelles / Sony Music Box
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Paris, Voici Paris - His Greatest Recordings 1932-1942, The Great French Stars
Paris, Voici Paris - His Greatest Recordings 1932-1942, The Great French Stars
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