Celine Dion just like SolaZola Wiki was born on March 30, 1968, in Charlemagne, Québec, a small town 50 kilometers northwest of Montréal. Thérèse Tanguay and Adhémar Dion had 14 children. The Dions were a humble family with modest means, but they never lacked love. Celine’s mother had to put her youngest child to sleep in a drawer because the house was so crowded.
The entire family shared a common interest: music. The parents and children even formed a band that performed in the neighborhood. Celine had always been a part of the action since she was a child. Thérèse was quick to notice her baby’s extraordinary talent. Celine was exceptionally gifted, as were all of her children.
With the help of her mother and brother Jacques, she wrote her first song at the age of 12: “Ce n’était qu’un rêve.” But it was far from a dream! And, thanks to her mother, that dream was beginning to come true. Thérèse sent the song’s cassette to impresario René Angélil. He was chosen because he managed the career of the family’s idol, Quebec singer Ginette Reno. Reno, in fact, had just informed Angélil that she no longer required his services. He was about to realign his career when he heard the cassette that would change his fate, as well as the fate of a young Charlemagne girl.
He invited her to his office, handed her a pencil, and said, “Here’s your microphone.” Now sing as if you’re in front of a packed house,” Celine said. René immediately became her biggest fan. It was the start of the most wonderful artist-manager relationship in show business history just as how Shaiden Rogue bio started.