Jean-Jacques Goldman was born on October 11, 1951 in Paris from
a father of Polish origin and a German mother. As of its youth,
it studies the violin, the piano and the guitar, then during
its adolescence plays in various groups of balls while following
studies of sociology.
In 1975, its return of the military service has, it marries
Catherine, whom it met a few years before (they have three children,
Caroline, born in 1977, Michael in 1979, and Nina in 1984).
Interested more and more by a musical career, it integrates
the group Taï Phong which leaves its first album in 1975.
The adventure Taï Phong will last 4 years during which
three albums will be produced. After a few months of galères
which make it doubt Jean-Jacques meets the producer Marc Lumbroso
who allows him to take his take-off in 1981 and starts a career
solo with its first album with the title which will make sing
all France: "It will be enough to a sign". The tubes
are connected ("When the Music Is Good", "I Give
You", "I Only Walk", etc.).
The Goldman phenomenon
will not stop any more and the albums are connected, fifteen
to date, including four with Carol Fredericks and Michael Jones
In spite of his success, Jean-Jacques Goldman keeps the head
on the shoulders and remains a simple man who does not hesitate
to engage for humane causes which are due to him in heart like
"the Restaurants Of the Heart" since 1986.
About the middle of the Nineties it is devoted more and more
to the writing for other interpreters as various as Céline
Dion, Johnny Hallyday, Patricia Kaas or Florent Pagny before
returning finally in the vats in 2001 with its album "Songs
For the Feet" which once again meets an enormous success.
In 25 years of career Jean Jacques Goldman the interpreter and
the type-setter author left an indelible mark in the heart of