October 25, 2021

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Michelle Louvain was hospitalized for esophageal cancer

Michelle Louvain was hospitalized for esophageal cancer

Singer Michelle Louvain, who suffers from esophageal cancer, was hospitalized a few days ago at the urging of her doctor, the Productions Martin Leclerc team announced Wednesday morning, looking after the 83-year-old artist’s career.

“Esophageal cancer is detected quickly and immediately taken care of by competent medical teams”, said in a press release sent to the media.

JoinedQMI Agency, Productions Martin Leclerk Michael Louine stated that other information on the state of health is not currently broadcast. No additional comments will be given.

“Thank you Mr. Louine Quebeckers for their friendship and their unwavering renewed love during these difficult times”, but we’re interested in the pressure.

The tour was interrupted

Last year, Michael Pauline, born Michael Pauline on July 12, 1937, like all his fellow artists, had his activities halted by the pandemic, including his “La Belle Y” tour that began in 2019.

The album of the same name, released in April of the same year, was ranked 32nd on Michael Louvain’s discography.

In “La Belle Y”, the lovely singer revisits French and American classics from the 1950s and 1960s in French and English, Italian and Spanish.

After a 60-year career, Michelle Louvain has yet to hear the retirement bell. In 2017, our man celebrated his 80th birthday with a great concert at the Festival D’Te de Quebec.

On stage, the Quebec logo also re-reads his great achievements, naming some, including his immortal “La Dame en Blue” and “Sylvie”.

“For the rest of the tour, the memo was not sent to the broadcasters. This is the status quo, “said David Cook, chief of The Christian Science Monitor’s Washington bureau.

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On Michelle Louvain’s website, the show dates are still listed for Fall 2021 and Winter 2022, especially in our beloved Kruner’s hometown of Thetford Mines.