Fabienne Shine is a French model, actor and musician, born in Tunisia, North Africa, and raised in Paris.
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In 2006 she toured with Helios and performed at the South by Southwest Festival in Austin, Texas.
More DetailsHide DetailsHer latest album Fabienne Shine and The Planets, features drummer Jean-Lou Kalinowski who also produced and composed two songs for the new album. Ross The Boss plays guitar. Albert Bouchard and Joe Bouchard play drums and bass. Norbert Krief from the French group Trust also plays guitar. Thierry Cossu plays guitar also and Micha Sanchez plays bass. Fabienne composed five songs with the enigmatic "Balasz Antal" (nobody seems to know who he is except Fabienne) who plays guitar, keyboards and sitar. "Moogy Klingman" (Todd Rundgren) plays Hammond organ and Phil Bonanno plays synths and organ, Dave Shultz (English Beat and Berlin) also plays keyboards. The album was recorded in Los Angeles, New York and Paris and was released in 2007.
Shakin' Street reunited for a concert in 2004 at the Paris Olympia.
More DetailsHide DetailsThe same year, she was reunited with Chrome's co-founder Helios Creed, with whom she co-wrote two songs, and performed a version of "All Tomorrow's Parties", on his Deep Blue Love Vacuum album.
Fabienne collaborated with him on several Chrome albums, and her vocals appear on the 1982 Chrome album Third From The Sun.
More DetailsHide DetailsWhen Damon moved to Paris, Fabienne introduced him to her band and a new version of Chrome was formed. After she and Damon separated, she studied astrology in Paris for four years.
Fabienne continued to compose songs, and Jean-Lou Kalinowski co-wrote four songs with her for the 1997 release No Mad Nomad, an album she wrote in memory of her former husband, Damon Edge, who had died in 1995. If you will note, both the words "No Mad" and "Nomad" spelled backwards is "Damon."
In 1980 Fabienne married Damon Edge of the experimental/industrial band Chrome.
Fabienne met Phillip Shine in Bombay, India. He became the group's manager, and she adopted his name as her own. Shakin' Street signed to CBS and released the album Vampire Rock in 1979.
More DetailsHide DetailsThey toured with Nico, as the opening act. Their follow-up album, the self-titled Shakin Street was produced by Sandy Pearlman. Now with Ross The Boss on guitar, they toured the world for a full year sharing bills with Blue Öyster Cult, Alice Cooper, Black Sabbath, AC/DC, Cheap Trick, Molly Hatchet, Journey, REO Speedwagon, Heart and Sammy Hagar.
Fabienne formed a band with Eric Lévi, Corrine Marienneau, Jean-Lou Kalinowski and Louis Bertignac (Téléphone). The band was named Shakin' Street (after the MC5 song) when they appeared at the first Mont-de-Marsan punk festival in 1976, sharing the bill with The Damned, The Police and Eddie and the Hot Rods.
More DetailsHide DetailsShakin' Street also shared bills with The Clash and The Stranglers. Fabienne's photo featured on the cover of Sounds.
In 1975 Jimmy Page and Robert Plant jammed with Fabienne, and encouraged her to form a band.
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