In May 1990, Rick Allison crossed paths for the first time Lara Fabian in the piano bar Crescendo in Brussels. Immediately, the man falls in love with the bewitching voice and personality of the young woman. As a couple for 7 years, he made her a star and collaborated on her greatest hits, including the albums Lara Fabian, Carpe Diem and Pure which contains the tubes All, I like you and The difference. In 2004, they decide to break up. Interviewed in 2017, the diva honored this Friday, May 6, 2022 in the show 300 choirs: Your 25 favorite great lyrical airs, revealed how much this breakup had broken her. “On March 17, 2003 I lost everything (…) But the most serious thing is that I had lost him, the rest… He was everything to me. All. There was no one in the world that I loved more, no one in the world that I trusted more, no one. And I’d say I’ll never love someone or trust someone again like this“ she confided with emotion.
Following their separation, Rick Allison continued in music and co-composed the song with Patrick Bruel It takes time representing France at the Eurovision Song Contest in 2002. Other artists have also worked with the producer such as Chimène Badi (in 2003), Nolwenn Leroy (with the album Inevitably in 2003), Julie Zenatti (with the album The age that I am in 2004) and Élodie Frégé (with the album Less of you in 2004). He composed three songs, including the single Think of meon the album To life, to death by Johnny Hallyday. In 2004, Michel Sardou also trusted him for his titles Life, death, etc. and I would have liked to love you on his album Some pleasure. Subsequently, other artists collaborated with him such as Gino Quilico, Vincent Niclo, Marc-André Fortin, Suzie Villeneuve but also Magalie Vaé whose album he produced. Magalie in 2006.
In 2021, Rick Allison took a young singer, Valentina, under his wing and took her to the pageant Junior Eurovision. She emerged as the big winner of this competition with the title I imagine.