French pop icon Chantal Goya was created Chantal Deguerre in Saigon in Oct 10, 1946. Elevated in Paris from age four onward, as a teenager she befriended songwriter Jean-Jacques Debout, with his suggestion auditioned for RCA Information in 1964. With her debut one, “C’est Bien Bernard,” Goya surfaced being a superstar of coné-coné pop, carrying on her strike streak with some Debout-penned smashes including “A la Sortie de Ma Classe,” “D’abord Dis-Moi Lot Nom,” and “Comment le Revoir.” In 1966 Goya was ensemble as an up-and-coming pop feeling in filmmaker Jean-Luc Godard’s Masculin Feminin. During capturing, she became pregnant with Debout’s kid, and the few wed immediately after. Her performing profession waned as the reputation of yé-yé reduced, and after 1967’s “La Flamme et le Feu” Goya vanished through the French charts. Through the 1970s, she reinvented herself being a children’s vocalist, releasing some LPs that demonstrated wildly favored by the under-five established; in 2001, she produced an unexpected go back to the French Best 40 with “Becassine Is certainly My Cousine,” also a significant club hit.