The most famous Armenian in history turned 90 yesterday and is not ready to give up the stage.
Charles Aznavour is singing in Berlin this weekend. In the rain. Wherever. Whatever. On tour.
What a trouper.
For the record, he was bor in Paris 90 years ago as Shahnour Varinag Aznavourian to a pair of Armenian refugees, one of whom was a survivor of the 1915 Turkish genocide. Never to be forgotten. Perhaps that explains the singer’s persistence.