Doré grew up in Lunel and was born in Gard, Occitanie. He spent five years at the École des Beaux-Arts de Nîmes after completing his baccalauréat littéraire at the college Louis Feuillade. Dig up Elvis is his band's name, and he is the band's founder.
Doré was chosen as the most sexiest man in France's Elle Magazine's "15 Sexiest Men" poll in June 2007. Louise Bourgoin was his girlfriend, however they split up in March 2009. In 2006, he formed "The Jean d'Ormesson disco suicide," a "protean group" that covered pop and disco tunes, with Guillaume de Molina.
Ersatz, his rhythmically broad 2008 debut, was one of the finest French albums of the year, but it was on 2016's &, a polished compilation of smooth pop with electronic undercurrents, that he fully found his niche. The album peaked number two on French singles charts. This was Julien Doré’s album. Julien Doré is a French musician from 2007-continuing. This pop musician has notable achievements such as being the winner of season five of the French television show Nouvelle Star.
Also, throughout the season, he performed songs that belonged to numerous other talented artists like the Kinks, Alizée, Britney Spears, and Claude François. He also won Nouvelle Star with albums such as “Bichon” which peaked number three on French SNEP albums, and “Løve” which peaked number four on French albums and went two times platinum. His chart successes also expanded to places like the Belgian and Swiss albums.
Doré received a major-label recording contract with Jive subsidiary Sony BMG as the winner of Nouvelle Star. "Moi...Lolita," a version of Alizée's 2000 big hit that he had performed vividly on the show, was his first officially released single. The song was a huge hit in France, in 2007, it as well hit number two on the French singles chart.