Born in posh Monaco, Catherine Ferroyer-Blanchard grows up surrounded by jewelleries, casinos and diadems..
 
Fascinated by republics and palaces since her childhood,
she ends up settling in Paris in 1999.
 
Paris welcomes her warmly: from cocktails to art openings, her je-ne-sais-quoi scores. She eventually imposes her style and influence by creating Wendy Magazine.
 
Unaware of the fact that it was going to change her life, she meets Comité Central in 2004, during a theatre play premiere.
 
Utterly impressed by her presence, her charisma and her earrings,
he immediately decides to write her a song.
 
C'est Bien Trop Tard, off-the-wall pop anthem about frustration, despair and ageing, hits home straight away.
 
Immediately signed by Mort Aux Jeunes Records, she records hit after hit: Me And Madonna, Chanson d'Amour, Je Ne Suis Rien and, lately, Rentrer Chez Moi Seules, a duet with her dear friend LzMry.
 
Since then, tsunami-like success has hit the young singer:
from Pulp to Paris Paris, she attracts huge crowds
for hysterical shows.
 
Currently locked in a studio, she prepares a huge tour to promote
her first single tape: Chanson d'Amour.
 


CATHERINE ON STAGE


Me And Madonna [Clap-Clap Laz-Laz Remix]
Mort aux Jeunes #9 [feat. Justice]
Le Pulp, April 21 2006
Chanson d'Amour
Pop Not Pop
Le Paris Paris, October 19 2006



CHANSON D'AMOUR CASSETTE SINGLE WILL BE RELEASED ON JUNE 22!
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