Bio

Auregan is a singer-songwriter and performer.

She penned more than 250 songs, and performed 300 headlining shows during her last tour, including stadiums, legendary venues across Europe, and Cathedrals.

She sold 1.5M units of her latest albums and singles.

She performed in numerous festivals in the rock, folk, Celtic and pop genres; recorded songs in Paris, London and Los Angeles.

Her three published albums are “Mon Tricorne Noir”, “Rock Movie” and “Tortuga“.

Her duet song with Billy Ray Cyrus, “Shelter In The Storm”, is included in critically acclaimed multi-award winning movie Man Of The Past‘s soundtrack. Auregan co-wrote the song with Billy Ray Cyrus.

In her latest song “Broken Doll”, Auregan opens about choosing a path, accepting who you are, and following a higher purpose despite a strong suffering. The track was produced by Diego Alfonsi.

BACK STORY: from French countryside to international music making

Middle child of a French family, she is the bond between her two sisters and the beating heart connecting four generation in her growing family tree.

Back in 1914, her great-grandfather Alfonse worked in the mines in America. When the first World War called for volunteers, he enlisted and lost a leg fighting at the front. He never came back to America and married a French girl.

In 2013, after a breakout career in France including 3 albums, Auregan writes and records with country music legend Billy Ray Cyrus. Their song “Shelter in the Storm” opens about family, childhood, and fatherhood. It features in the acclaimed movie “Man of the Past”, which opened in Cannes.

On November 13, 2015 Paris is under attack : the concert venue the Bataclan is targeted with a mass shooting. Auregan, living just a few blocks away, witnesses on live TV a music venue falling into darkness. Her next song will be “Paris, Desert”, a powerful emotional song putting some humanity back into the nightmare.

The song is featured in the movie “Five Minutes with Mary”, that screened to two Academy Awards Qualifying film festivals, in California and Canada. The song and the movie will garner more than 15 awards worldwide.

A year later, the feature film “The Barn” gets a wide release : she scored the full movie, composing 66 minutes of music out of a 91 minutes movie. Her work includes the song “Broken Doll”, about a girl following her light, choosing love over evil temptations. The song wins best lyrics, best song, best production and best sound at the International Christian Film Festival.