FRANCE GALL (†)

FRANCE GALL was a French yé-yé singer. She was born to a highly musical family. Her father, the lyricist Robert Gall, wrote songs for Édith Piaf and Charles Aznavour. Her mother, Cécile Berthier, was a singer as well and the daughter of Paul Berthier, the co-founder of Les Petits Chanteurs à la Croix de Bois. In 1965 she won the Eurovision Song Contest, representing Luxembourg, with the Serge Gainsbourg-penned song "Poupée de cire, poupée de son", at the age of 17.

Sadly, FRANCE GALL died of an infection after a two-year battle with a cancer of undisclosed primary origin on 7th January 2018, at the age of 70 !

 

The Videos:

"Poupée De Cire, Poupée De Son" (1965)

"Baby Pop" (1965)

"Bébé Requin" (1967)

"Baci, Baci, Baci" (1969)

"C'est Cela L'amour" (1971)

"5 Minutes D'amour" (1972)

"Comment Lui Dire" (1976)

"Musique" (1977)

"Donner Pour Donner" (1980)

"Résiste" (1981)

"Débranche" (1984)

"Babacar" (1987)

"Ella, Elle L'a" (1987)

"Évidemment" (1988)

"Superficiel Et Léger" (1992)

"La Seule Chose Qui Compte" (2004)

 

REST IN PEACE !

GONE BUT NOT FORGOTTEN !

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