World-known French-Armenian singer Charles Aznavour has released his 51st album called “Encores,” according to paris-normandie.fr. The CD comes four years after Aznavour released his previous album “Toujours” in 2011.
The new album includes twelve brand new songs. Some of the songs are dedicated to the memories of the past, the childhood, as well as the struggle against fascism.
Charles Aznavour will celebrate his 91st birthday on May 22.
Aznavour will continue to deploy his inexhaustible energy on stage, as well. He will be in Madrid on May 7 and will visit Beirut in August. He has six concerts scheduled for September in Paris.
Aznavour, who has sung in 94 countries of the world, also plans to visit San Sebastian and Amsterdam in the fall.
He has also composed the music for a new show on the Battle of Normandy expected for 2016.