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Thierry Stremler is a French chanson singer, part of the nouvelle scene francaise trend.

After having spent many years in a band called Vercoquin, Thierry Stremler released by the end of 2000 his first album, Tout est relatif, followed in 2003 by Merci pour l'enquête. Both of them were welcomed by music critics and got some radio air (especially Ma femme est photographe), but didn't really achieve commercial success.

His songs, where he plays himself piano most of the time, contain often funny, sometimes bitter, and always witty lyrics, sometimes casting sharp looks on the french society.

Serge Gainsbourg, Alain Chamfort and Michel Polnareff can be quoted among his main sources of inspiration.

In 2006, he began acting in theatrical plays.

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