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Gaston Ghrenassia was born to a Sephardic Algerian Jewish family in Constantine, Algeria. Enrico Macias played the guitar ever since he was a child and started playing with the Cheikh Raymond Leyris Orchestra at the young age of 15. He pursued a career in teaching but continued playing the guitar. Enrico eventually moved to Paris, where he decided to pursue a career in music. He adopted his iconic stage name “Enrico Macias” and made his first recording in 1962 after a meeting with Raymond Bernard of Pathé. The meeting resulted in his first tour in 1963 and he was awarded the Prix Vincent Scotto in 1965. In spring 1964, he opened for Les Compagnons de la chanson at the Paris Olympia and then undertook a successful tour of the Middle East, performing with great success in Israel, Greece and Turkey, especially in the latter where he still has a huge following. In Turkey, many of his songs were translated and interpreted by Turkish artists. His American debut, at a sold-out Carnegie Hall concert, took place on the 17th of February 1968. He continued to tour the United States, singing in Chicago, Dallas and Los Angeles. In Quebec, Canada, he was warmly welcomed as a Francophone artist.
He was awarded the Prix Vincent Scotto In 1965
Kofi Annan named him Roving Ambassador for Peace and the Defence of Children in 1997.
A gold disc in 1976 for “Mélisa”.
He was named Singer of Peace by UN Secretary-General Kurt Waldheim in 1980 after he donated the proceeds of his single “Malheur à celui qui blesse un enfant” to the Unicef
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