Plant lodge for Kim Wilde in national exclusive at La Garde

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La Provence (France)
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Laurent Amalric

'Oh oh oh oh oh oh the nights without Kim Wilde ...' At first sight, as much as Laurent Voulzy, nobody has forgotten Kim Wilde. At La Garde Monday night, there were some 6,000 flocking to the city center to reconnect with the muse of Eighties pop.

One who discovered a passion for horticulture later on was entitled that night to a fully vegetated lodge. What to put in the best arrangements while the Mayor Jean-Claude Charlois bloomed by giving him a beautiful bouquet, surrounded by his deputy Culture Philippe Granarolo and Denis Durand of the entertainment service.

Surprised by the magnitude of the crowd

'The mayor exchanged a few words of welcome with her. We discovered a smiling artist, natural and simple. She even lent herself with good grace to the game of vinyl dedications that had been entrusted to us by fans. She was very surprised at the magnitude of the crowd that had invaded the edge of the Place de la République', says the latter. It must be said that this unique date in France, before concerts in Germany and the Netherlands at the end of the year, has reunited families from Italy, Germany and all the south-east of France.

Kim and Laurent Voulzy an endless story

A return of flames for the singer that coincides with the release of an album last spring Here Come The Aliens produced by her brother Ricky Wilde. A Deluxe edition published in October includes the unreleased title Amoureux des Reves, a duet with Laurent Voulzy, just to extend the magic of his stubborn Les Nuits Sans Kim Wilde of 1985. After a night in a hotel in Hyères, Kim Wilde returned. Did she take the opportunity to visit her pretty property in Saint-Marcel-du-Périgord, Dordogne, where she devotes herself to her passion for plants? Mystery.

Her first live album this summer

Remains that 58 years, the singer will again punctuate the news this summer since August 16 spell Aliens Live, his very first album in public with her slew of hits reinterpreted. From Cambodia to Kids in America which closes her set-list of nineteen titles.