Pauline Croze

Pauline Croze (Noisy-le-Sec, 4 May 1979) is a French pop/folk singer and musician.

She started to sing and play the guitar when she was 14 and 6 years later she made her first demos with Quito of the group Señor Holmes. At this time she made her very first appearance on stage.

In 2003, she collaborated with Anne Claverie and Édith Fambuena of the Valentins in Transmusicales de Rennes, a work for which she is very well known.

She played as the support of Miossec, -M-, Bernard Lavilliers, Cali, Tryo or Lhasa.

Her first album Pauline Croze was released in February 2005, followed by Un bruit qui court in 2007. Her third album, Le Prix de l'Eden was released on October 22, 2012.

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