Rose Laurens

French singer-songwriter

Rose Laurens, previously billed as Rose Merryl (born Rose Podwojny; 4 March 1953 – 30 April 2018), was a French pop singer-songwriter. She was known for her songs "Africa" and the French concept album of Les Misérables, a song later adapted into English as "I Dreamed a Dream".

Rose Laurens
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Background information
Birth nameRose Podwojny
Born(1953-03-04)4 March 1953
Paris, France
Died30 April 2018(2018-04-30) (aged 65)
Occupation(s)Singer, songwriter
Years active1976–2018
WebsiteOfficial site

Laurens died on 30 April 2018 of a long-illness at the age of 65.[1]


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