Belgian- Canadian pop singer/songwriter Lara Fabian began singing lessons at a very young age at the Royal Conservatory of Brussels.
After finishing her studies, Fabian moved to Montreal. 1991, Fabian's French-language debut, Lara Fabian, was released in Canada and sold over 1 million copies in three years. Her consistent touring in Canada helped bolster her 1994 album Carpe Diem to similar success, paving the way for 1997's Pure, which sold over 2 million copies in France and featured the anti-homophobia anthem "La Difference." She was signed by Sony Music, which released her self-titled English-language album in 2000. It was a huge success across the globe, reaching number one in the U.S.A. Her 5th album, Nue, documented her tumultuous time during the overwhelming success of her previous album. In 2004, Fabian released her 2nd English record, A Wonderful Life. The album featured a collection of acoustic pop songs. a year later, Fabian released 9, her 5th French studio album. The cover album" Toutes Les Femmes en Moi" arrived in 2009, followed by the English equivalent "Every Woman in Me" . 3 years later, Fabian returned with her 11th studio album, Le Secret, featuring the marriage equality anthem "Deux Ils, Deux Elles.". The album "Ma Vie Dans la Tienne", released in 2015 was certified "Platinum" in France. In 2017, Fabian delivered her 13th studio album and 4th English-language release,Camouflage. Lara will initiate her "Camouflage World Tour" in February 2018 in Miami.