According to information from the Belgian newspaper L’Avenir, singer Alain Delorme and former leader of the Crazy Horse group in the 70s, died at the age of 70 this Friday, August 7, 2020. Non Stop People tells you more.
Franco-Belgian singer Alain Delorme died at the age of 70 years old this Friday, August 7, 2020, reported the Belgian newspaper L’Avenir. The successful artist in the 1970s died of a heart attack. It was with the group Crazy Horse, formed with three friends, Johny Callens on guitar, Dominique Barbe on bass (who died last February) and Freddy de Jonghe on drums, that Alain Delorme enjoyed popularity. While the group first performed in popular balls, the musicians’ careers evolved thanks to two Belgian producers. The public is then at the rendezvous with the titles A flower nothing but a rose (1971), And above all do not forget me (1973), Romantic with you (1975), or I have a soft spot for you (1977).
A solo career in 1975
Despite the group’s success, its leader Alain Delorme decided to pursue his solo career in 1975. A decision that paid off at first for the singer of “Romantique avec toi”, but which then caused his distance from the music scene in the years. 80. But Alain Delorme never let go of the music. In the 2000s, he made his return to television in the program “Chanter la vie” presented by Pascal Sevran and “Les Annees Bonheur” by Patrick Sébastien. Always present for his audience on stage especially in the North of France, he joined the “Tender Age and Wood Head” tour in 2009, alongside Annie Cordy, Catherine Lara and Patrick Juvet.