Milli Vanilli: Fab Morvan Anytime Released In 2011
February 7, 2012 by staff
Milli Vanilli: Fab Morvan Anytime Released In 2011, Fabrice “Fab” Morvan (born 14 May 1966) is a French singer-songwriter, dancer and model. He was half of the pop duo Milli Vanilli, with Rob Pilatus, selling multi-platinum albums around the world. However, he was later involved in one of the largest scandals in pop music history when it was revealed that neither he nor Pilatus had sung on any of Milli Vanilli’s recordings.
After the scandal, the group reformed as Rob & Fab in the 1990s with limited success. Morvan had a solo comeback in the 2000s releasing his first solo album, Love Revolution.
Morvan spent the several years as a session musician and public speaker. In 1998, he was hired as a radio DJ at famed L.A. radio station KIIS-FM. During this time, he also performed at the station’s sold-out 1999 Wango Tango festival concert before 50,000 people at Dodger Stadium.
In 2000, he was featured in a BBC documentary on Milli Vanilli, as well as a VH-1 Behind the Music episode. Morvan then spent 2001 on tour, before performing in 2002 as the inaugural performer at the brand-new Velvet Lounge at the Hard Rock Café Hotel in Orlando, Florida.
In 2003, Morvan released his first solo album, Love Revolution, to critical acclaim and a favorable response, with Morvan producing, recording, writing and singing all the tracks. On 14 April 2011, Morvan released a new single, “Anytime”, to digital outlets.
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