Hélène Ségara hails from the Mediterranean coast in the south of France. She was born in the community of Six-Four-Les-Plages on February 26, 1971. Her young life entangled by rough family life, and at 14, she left her mom’s home to live with her dad, at which time she started acting in clubs and bars along the Riviera. She developed a solid collection and fan base, wandering out to record her 1993 presentation record, Loin. At 25 years of age, the youthful vocalist chose to move to Paris looks for more imaginative soil. After certain months she met maker Fabrizio Salvadori, who was intrigued by her ability and polished skill. Through Salvadori, Ségara met various musicians and makers with whom she would team up on her presentation single “Je Vous Aime Adieu.” The melody was a quick hit, collecting Ségara the help she would require for the arrival of her first expert full-length record, Coeur de Verre.
Au Nom de FemmeIn, Ségara was offered the job of Esmeralda in the visiting cast of the melodic Notre Dame de Paris, which would go on to make her a commonly recognized name everywhere throughout the French-talking world. She remained with the show until 2000, at which time she moved her considerations to her performance vocation. Au Nom dune Femme, delivered that equivalent year, went directly to the highest-rated spot, selling superior to a million duplicates inside a year. Ségara’s 2006 collection Quand l’Eternite created hit singles, for example, “Mefie Toi de Moi” and “Rien N’est Comme Avant,” winning a solid spot on European graphs two years running. In 2007 several assemblages of Ségara’s most noteworthy hits came out, with 3CD boxset Les 50 Plus Belle Chansons and the 15-track Collection Prestige showed up during the year.