Axel Bauer in a black anger: furious, the singer tries to destroy the set of Michel Drucker …

Next May, Axel Bauer will release his ninth studio album called “Radio London”. To make his fans wait in style, the 60-year-old singer has just released a single called “Ici Londres”. In another title called “C’est Malin”, the artist evokes a tumor. “The news fell this morning, the cold is gaining ground, I could have avoided it, it’s smart. The news fell this morning, the tears flowed on your hands, there is this foreign body, it’s clever. So far invincible, and yet … “we can hear. “If you have it, you die, it’s smart, kill it, you die, it’s smart. If you have it, you die, it’s smart, kill it, you die, or I die of sorrow, ”he adds.

In the columns of the Parisian, the 60-year-old singer explains that he speaks well of himself regarding this cancer. “There is an autobiographical character, but I did not have to undergo any treatment. What interests me is to tell the moment when your life turns upside down, when you receive such disturbing news which shows you that you you are not invincible, which puts you face to face with a real choice of survival, resistance there too. It is a message of hope. It is not the first time that I see the truck pass very close. But I I have been convinced for a long time that you have to make death your best ally. “

Invited on the set of the show “C à vous” this Tuesday, January 11, 2022 to promote his new opus, Axel Bauer returned to the start of his career as a singer. The occasion for him to evoke his passage in the program “Champs-Elysées” presented by Michel Drucker in 1984, on TF1. During the program, Axel Bauer then tried to destroy his guitar live, to finalize his very rock’n’roll performance: “I was angry, I was in a rage” he explained to Anne-Elisabeth Lemoine. “It was one of my first TVs. It must be said that Michel Drucker represented the establishment for me, I wanted to destroy his tray but I had not calculated that his tray was made of plexiglass. So the guitar was bouncing!” he added.

Eleanor de la Fontaine

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