Dick Annegarn

Dick Annegarn (born May 9, 1952) is a French folk-pop/chanson singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist who issued four albums on Polydor between 1974 and 1976. In 1978, he teamed with Belgian musician/composer Daniel Schell on the album Egmont and The ff Boom, released on Free Bird.

Annegarn recorded four albums for assorted labels during the 1980s and released six ’90s-era discs on Nocturne and Tôt Ou Tard.

Discography:

  • Dick Annegarn (1974)
  • Dick Annegarn [Je te vois] (1974)
  • Dick Annegarn (1975)
  • Anticyclone (1976)
  • Egmont and The ff Boom (1979 • Daniel Schell – Dick Annegarn)
  • Citoyen (1981)
  • 140 BXL (1984)
  • Frères? (1986)
  • Ullegarra (1990)
  • Chansons fleuves (1990)
  • InéDick (1992)
  • Approche-toi (1997)
  • Adieu verdure (1999)

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