French singers are changing and rethinking their lives in the 90s

French singer-songwriter Jean-Michel Schoenberg, better known as J.M.S., has been making the rounds in Hollywood over the last few years.

The 90s superstar has become an outspoken advocate for women’s rights, advocating for gay rights and ending the death penalty.

He was the subject of a documentary, “J.M.”

“It’s a class and it’s not going away. “

I’m not going to go on a tour to tell everyone how to live their lives, but I do believe that women are a class,” Schoenheim told The Huffington Post.

“It’s a class and it’s not going away.

You can’t turn back the clock.”

Schoenheimer, who is now 63, has been a major part of the music industry since the ’80s.

His hits include “I Can’t Tell You That” and “The Way You Make Me Feel,” which he co-wrote with singer-producer Lizzy Grant.

The pair released two singles in the ’90s, “No More” and “(The) End.”

The latter was a hit single for the singer, who died in 2013.

Schoenburg, whose real name is Jean-Pierre Maris, is best known for his songs “I’ve Got You Now,” “No Way Out” and the hit “Let Me Be Yours.”

The singer, whose wife of nearly 30 years, Jean-Marc, died in 2007, is also a founding member of the French pop group, Jean Claude, which released a pair of singles in 1999 and 2002.

He also collaborated with singers like Rita Ora, Miley Cyrus and Lady Gaga.

“He’s the guy that makes a pop album sound like a rock album,” says Grant.

“You can’t make an album like J.MF. with no female vocals.”

Schönheim says he doesn’t regret the choices he made during his career.

“When I’m on tour, I can go and do my thing, which is do my stuff, and I don’t have to worry about what people think,” he said.

“My wife was a beautiful person, she was a very good friend.

And I was always happy to see her.”

Schonheim’s wife died of cancer in 2008, and he was devastated.

“She was an angel,” Schonheimer said of his late wife.

“Even though I couldn’t tell you that she was in pain, I knew that she loved me.

I’m very grateful for her.”

Grant, who co-produced Schoen-heim’s two most recent albums, has a different take on the former rock star.

“Jean-Miche was a man of his word,” Grant said.

In fact, Schoenjets wife, actress Eva B. Lillie, is one of Schoenz’s closest friends.

“They were very close friends,” Grant told HuffPost.

“We went to see each other and they came to my house.

They were the best people I ever knew.”

Schonenberg says he has “been trying to change my life” for more than 30 years.

In the 1990s, he was one of several French pop singers who refused to sing in a song by a French band called “The French Sisters.” “

Schoenberg is no stranger to controversy.

In the 1990s, he was one of several French pop singers who refused to sing in a song by a French band called “The French Sisters.”

He also refused to perform in a French music video for an American band called The Dukes of Hazzard.

was arrested on a drug charge and sent to prison,” Grant wrote in a 2013 essay. “

J.-M.

was arrested on a drug charge and sent to prison,” Grant wrote in a 2013 essay.

“In prison, he began to feel that his life was over.

It was not until years later, when his daughter was born, that he could begin to get on with his life again.”

In 2013, Schonenheim was arrested for the murder of a woman who he claimed had stolen his car, according to the New York Daily News.

He claimed he had just gotten a call from the police.

Schönberg was eventually found guilty of second-degree murder in 2016, but he was sentenced to 15 years in prison.

The conviction was later overturned, but the singer remains in prison on drug charges.

Schonberg’s family has been outspoken in his defense of him.

He said in 2015 that his father, who had been in prison for a string of drug offenses, had been the victim of a conspiracy and had been targeted for a drug conspiracy.

The singer said his father was a strong supporter of gay rights, and that he had suffered from a mental