Bernard Lavilliers was close to death, his wife very worried

At 75, Bernard Lavilliers has a career without equal. After unveiling nearly 23 albums, Sophie Chevallier’s companion – whom he married in 2003 – has crossed the generations and rocked the childhood of many French people. A feat that is not without risks since the artist’s health deteriorates over the years. During an interview with the Parisian, this Saturday, November 20, 2021, the interpreter of Hands of gold returned to his present life.

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During his interview, Bernard Lavilliers confided, without language of wood, on different themes. Whether it is his political demands or the music industry, the French artist has not been lacking. However, about his health, the singer spoke a little more about the question, mentioning his relationship with death. Because in its title entitled Elsewhere, Bernard Lavilliers refers to his recent heart problem during the Cod-19 pandemic. “This is the last one I wrote. I had a big heart problem during the Covid, last January. My cardiologist warned me that I had a problem with my valve and aorta. And then it happened.“A song which pays homage to a heavy past therefore, but which also reminds him of a bad memory:”And it’s a poem for my wife who was afraid.“Concerned about the health of her husband, Sophie Chevallier Lavilliers was frightened by this terrible mishap.

A previous performance canceled

Expected in Switzerland in July 2019, Bernard Lavilliers could not sing at the famous Sion festival and had to be operated on urgently. Sad news that his family explained in a short post on Facebook: “Following urgent surgery, Bernard is forced to cancel his July 12 concert at the Festival de Sion sous les étoiles. He is forced to take a few days off in order to get back on stage as quickly as possible. Bernard would like to sincerely apologize to his audience and to the Festival organizers..”

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