Renaud signs his big comeback during a first concert from the new Scala Provence hall in Avignon this Tuesday, January 24, as part of his new tour “Dans mes cords”.
For more than five years, his fans have been waiting for the news. Renaud signs his big comeback on stage this Tuesday, January 24, on the occasion of the first concert of his new tour entitled “Dans mes cords”. At 70, the winning interpreter of Mistral will perform at 8 p.m. from the new Scala Provence room in Avignon.
The announcement of this return to the stage, “in complete privacy” and with three dates in Paris and others “throughout France”, had delighted the singer’s fans during the announcement last November. Renaud had declared “stopping over” in three Parisian halls (La Scala, Le Casino de Paris and the Olympia) before traveling “all over France from January 2023”. He will thus be present in Toulouse on April 25 and 26, on the stage of the Barrière casino-theatre.
“My voice stresses me out a lot”
While waiting to see the singer on stage again, his fans can wait while listening to his latest cover album, “Métèque”, released in May 2022. Renaud revisits standards by Yves Montand, Georges Moustaki, Higelin and Jean Ferrat.
The vocal cords deteriorated by past excesses, the songwriter had expressed his hesitation to return to the stage. “My voice stresses me out a lot, when I talk it’s a bit hoarse, when I sing it’s a bit laborious, I find it harder and harder to sing,” he said on RTL last year.