Amanda Lear

Amanda Lear is a French singer, songwriter, painter, television presenter, actress, and former model. Throughout the 1960s she modelled for Paco Rabanne and Ossie Clark among others. From the mid-1970s to the early 1980s, Lear was a million-album-selling disco queen and entertainer with her first four albums earning her mainstream popularity, appearing in the top 10 of the European charts with hits like ‘Blood and Honey’ (1976) and ‘Follow Me’ (1978). In the 1980s Lear became a media personality and TV host in Italy and throughout the 1990s she combined her creative output across film, television, painting and music. Lear has since gone on to have great success in satirical theatre in France. Throughout her career Lear has been a muse to some of the greatest artists and designers of the 20th century including painter Salvador Dali. To date her music has sold over 27 million records worldwide.

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