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France Gall Passes Away


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Warner Music France, and its President Thierry Chassagne, have paid tribute to the memory and work of France Gall, an outstanding artist whose colossal success made her one of the most popular and loved singers in France. They send their warm and affectionate thoughts to her family at this difficult time.

In May 1971, France Gall was the first French singer produced by Warner Music France, which had been created just three months earlier by Bernard de Bosson. In 1974, she released La Declaration Díamour, her first collaboration with Michel Berger, who went on to produce all her remaining albums and singles. This exceptional partnership continued until 1992 with the release of her last original songs in the studio album Double Jeu.

At the close of a career spanning almost 55-years, acclaimed by generations of fans in France and around the world, France Gallís songs have become an essential standard of French musical heritage.

The team at Warner Music France is proud and infinitely grateful for the confidence that France Gall granted them for so long.


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