Born in Marseille, Mouron was the fourth child of a father “who wore make-up ” (an operatic tenor) and of a mother who was a singer-songwriter mother and a grandfather who was a comic-actor. Under the influence of the great artists of the golden age of French chanson such as Jacques Brel and Edith Piaf, Mouron fell in love with this style of music and at the age of 12 started writing her own chansons .
She began her singing career with Michel Fugain and Le Big Bazar when she was barely 17. For five years, the group achieved considerable success in Europe and Quebec, notably in the famous Olympia Music Hall in Paris. During this period, Mouron released two 45 rpm singles, which impressed the entire French music industry with Le Chemin de Papier (Paper Path) and Le Revers de sa Veste (Lining of his Jacket).
Her solo career began in the 80s and was dotted with important encounters.
The first encounter was with the singer and composer Romain Didier, who clothed Mouron’s words with his music and thanks to whom she began to build her own repertoire. Then she met producer Jean Garetto, offered her the chance to sing every Sunday for three years at l’Oreille en Coin (Ear in a Corner), a famous radio show on France Inter listened to by 17 million people.
Her career as an interpreter of the French chanson repertoire had begun. In the 90s, she was chosen by director Alfredo Arias to sing in the new Folies Bergere production, Fous des Folies (Madman of the Folies).
One evening in 1995, she had, by chance a fateful meeting in a small cabaret in Paris, “Le Piano Zinc”, where she met Georgette Dee and Terry Truck, two German Cabaret stars who then invited her to sing and produce in Germany.
Terry Truck has become her musical partner since that first trip in Germany.
They have toured around France, Germany, Eastern Europe, in Africa and especially throughout Asia in recent years. Mouron has released height solo albums and obtained the Charles Cros Academy Grand Prize for one of them.