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French star singer Gall dies aged 70
    2018-01-10  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

法国著名歌手法兰西·戈露去世

French singer France Gall, who shot to fame in the 1960s with a series of hits* died on Sunday aged 70, her spokeswoman announced.

Gall, who became a star in 1965 when she won the Eurovision song contest as a strikingly blonde and slightly awkward* teenager, had been battling cancer for two years and died in a hospital west of Paris.

With her blonde bob and eyeliner she became an icon of the swinging* 60s at home, while internationally she was the little-known inspiration behind the Frank Sinatra classic “My Way.”

During the early part of her career in the 1960s and 70s she formed partnerships with some of the most famed French musicians of the era, notably Gainsbourg, but also Claude Francois and Michel Berger.

Tributes* poured in on Sunday for Gall, originally named Isabelle and born to a successful musician father, while radio and television channels aired special commemoration* shows. (SD-Agencies)

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