Mireille Mathieu Goodbye my Love Goodbye
The sparrow of Avignon says goodbye
Mireille Mathieu is a living music legend. Her career reads like a fairy tale, as the French singer succeeds in what most female artists only dream of: she achieves world fame, enjoys immense popularity with her worldwide audience, and even today, after almost six successful decades in showbiz, radiates an immense cheerfulness and great warmth of heart. In the fall of 2024, the entertainer and singer with the unmistakable voice says Goodbye my Love Goodbye as part of a final tour and does not miss the opportunity to celebrate exuberantly with her fans in Munich.
For the love of music
A black pageboy hairstyle and a significant, crystal-clear voice – these are unmistakable trademarks of the charismatic singer Mireille Mathieu, who has sung her way into the hearts of her now four-generation fan base with her irresistible French charm and big hits such as “Behind the Scenes of Paris,” “Acropolis Adieu” and “On a Sunday in Avignon. Growing up in modest circumstances, she made her first appearance at just four years old and had a big dream come true at a young age. Her extraordinary singing talent, her great love of music, but also a lot of hard work and discipline help Mireille Mathieu to achieve the status of an absolute world star both in and outside France. Especially in Germany, the hearts of the fans fly to her, the otherwise critical media overflow with praise – something that has never changed over the years.
Goodbye my Love Goodbye
A highlight of Mireille Mathieu‘s career was the song Goodbye my Love Goodbye. In 1984, she performed it together with Peter Alexander on television and reinterpreted it countless times afterwards, including with Florian Silbereisen in 2010 and 2012.
Under the title Goodbye my Love Goodbye, Mireille Mathieu will now also go on her big farewell tour in the fall of 2024. For the last time, she will thrill her audience with her likeable accent, her positive aura and her cheerful glow and perform the most beautiful hits from more than five decades for the last time for the time being. For the last time, the magic of the world star will be felt.
185 million records
To date, the exceptional artist, affectionately called the “Sparrow of Avignon” by her fans, has sold more than 185 million records worldwide, completed six acclaimed world tours, and in the 1980s even became the first Western artist to perform in China. Wherever the four-time Bambi award-winning singer appears on stage, she enchants her audience with unparalleled stage presence and fascinating charisma. She impressively demonstrates her vocal qualities in joint performances with other showbiz greats such as Dean Martin, Barry Manilow, Paul Anka, Tom Jones, Placido Domingo, Charles Aznavour or even Dallas star Patrick Duffy, creating unforgettable moments of brilliance to this day.