This Thursday, July 21, France 2 broadcasts in the second part of the evening “Catherine Ringer sings the Rita Mitsouko”. A musical performance, in the heart of the Bois de Vincennes, during which the singer will perform the greatest hits of the famous French rock band. For the occasion, a small focus on the three children of the artist, from his love with Fred Chichin.
A mythical group. At the end of the 1970s, Catherine Ringer and Fred Chichin (who died of liver cancer in 2007), decided to start a rock band. After launching as the Sprats, they eventually chose to call themselves the Rita Mitsouko in the 1980s. In addition to rubbing shoulders on stage, the two members of the group also lived a beautiful love story. They also had three children, named Ginger, Simone and Raoul.
Their eldest daughter, Ginger Ringer, is better known by the stage name Ginger Roman. Aged 38, she decided to turn to a career in actress. She thus trained at Studio Pygmalion and then appeared in small roles or extra roles in film and television. We have for example been able to see it in season 1 of the Office of Legendsas well as in The melody with Kad Merad, Memories by Jean-Paul Rouve, or season 1 of Cherif. The young woman is also on the boards. She notably starred in the play It’s obvious by Manon Sarraut in 2017. Finally, she made an appearance in the clip Even though of the Rita Mitsouko.
Simone and Raoul followed the path of their parents
In 1990, Catherine Ringer gave birth to simone. And like her parents, the young woman decided to embark on a career in music because she is singer in the rock band Minuit founded in 2013 by … his brother Raoul Chichin, 30 years old. And the success was dazzling for the two musicians because four years later, Minuit was nominated for the Victoires de la Musique 2017 in the category of best stage revelation, finally won by the female trio LEJ And in September 2019, Simone Ringer and Raoul Chichin had participated, with the members of their group and other artists, in the event The Amisouko, a mini festivalin the spirit of Rita Mitsouko” imagined by the Philharmonie de Paris and their mother Catherine Ringer.