Celine Dion – My Heart Will Go On Piano Sheet Music Celine Dion is a Canadian singer, songwriter and actress. Céline Marie Claudette Dion was born on March 30, 1968 in Charlemagne, Quebec (city), Canada with French as mother’s tongue. Céline Dion started her music career at the age of 12 by recording the song called “Ce n’était qu’un rêve” (French) or “Someday” (English version). Céline Dion was only 12 years old when she recorded this song. Celine Dion is most probably best known for her hit My Heart Will Go On which is the main theme of the movie Titanic. Celine Dion paid tribute to the Titanic victims with this song she recorded, and it made it become the best selling single of 1998 in U.S.. Céline Dion was nominated for five Grammy Awards with her hit My Heart Will Go On. Céline Dion won three World Music Awards, whole other two nominations for this song. Celine Dion also won an Academy Award for Best Original Song and three Golden Globe Awards. Celine Dion – My Heart Will Go On Piano Sheet Music Celine Dion was the first female artist who had two number 1 hits in U.S. Céline Marie Claudette Dion is a worldwide recognized singer, songwriter and actress from Canada with French as mother’s tongue. Céline Dion is one of the most popular singers in both Canada and France, but her fame is spread all over the world. Celine Dion became very popular after she recorded this song called My Heart Will Go On, which was written by James Horner for Céline Dion in 1997 together with Simon Franglen. Céline Dion My Heart Will Go On is the best known song, which Céline Dion with her great voice recorded in 1997. Celine Dion wrote this song together with her husband Daniel Dion after Celine’s brother passed away at early age of 23 due to leukemia. Celine Dion My Heart Will Go On became an instant hit not only in North America, but across the world. Céline Dion My Heart Will Go On was ranked number 1 position in 20 countries around the world, and it became a best selling single of 1998 in U.S..
“I Just Called to Say I Love You” is a ballad written, produced, and performed by American R&B singer and songwriter Stevie Wonder. It was a major international hit, and remains Wonder’s best-selling single to date, having topped a record 19 charts. The song was the lead single from the 1984 soundtrack album The Woman