The winner from the 1958 Eurovision Music Contest, People from france vocalist André Claveau was created in Paris on Dec 17, 1915, and was ranked among his homeland’s most widely used singers through the 1940s and 1950s. His 1st strike, 1936’s “Chez Moi,” was accompanied by dozens even more, including “Quand el Petit Oiseau” in 1938 as well as the wartime smashes “Ah! C’qu’on S’Aimait” (1941) and “En Fredonnant la Même Chanson” and “Mon Chemin N’Est Pas le Votre” (1942). “Une Chanson ? la Diable” (1949), “Moulin Rouge” (1953), and “La Complainte de la Butte” (1955) taken care of his popularity with the 1950s, while achievement at Eurovision, with “Dors Mon Amour” (Rest My Like) held Claveau hot in to the 1960s. (Several French anthology CDs compile the very best of this amazing corpus.) He also produced several movie appearances, like the French strikes Le Destin S’Amuse, Pas de Vacances Pour Monsieur le Maire, Les Surprises d’une Nuit de Noces, and Prisonniers de la Brousse. Claveau passed on on July 4, 2003.