"F. R." David is a Tunisian-born French singer. He is best known for his 1982 hit single "Words".
|Birth name:||Elli Robert Fitoussi (Robert Fitoussi or Robert Fitoussie)|
|Born:||January 1, 1947, Menzel Bourguiba, Tunisia|
|Genres:||Europop, synth-pop, pop rock|
|Occupation(s):||Singer, songwriter, musician|
|Instruments:||Vocal, bass, guitar|
|Labels:||Carrere Records, Discos RGE, Discos CBS, Columbia Records, Epic Records, CBS Records, Sony Music|
|Associated acts:||Les Variations, Vangelis, Les Trèfles|
|Website:||F. R. David's Official site|
|IMDb:||F. R. David's IMDb|
About FR David
Tunisian-French vocalist known for his numerous solo albums as well as for his 1970s and 1980s albums with such bands as Vangelis and Les Variations.
He started his career as a singer and guitarist for the French band Les Trefles.
He worked as a songwriter and composer for other artists.
He was born in Menzel Bourguiba, Tunisia.
Elements of his song "Don't Go" were incorporated into Mr. Oizo's 2007 song "First Love."
Information related to F. R. David
- French male singer-songwriters
- Tunisian emigrants to France
- 21st-century French musicians
- Les Variations members
- Epic Records artists
- 20th-century French musicians