b. Erik Verwilghen, 1 August 1952, Schaerbeek, Bruxelles, Belgium. A mentioned lyricist and periodic performing designer, Duvall first fascinated widespread interest through his part in the rise in recognition from the Belgian-Portuguese vocalist Lio (b. Wanda Ribeiro de Vasconcelos, 17 June 1962, Mangualde, Portugal). Until after that Lio got collaborated with songwriter Eric Dierks-Hagen, and with the appearance of Duvall, another Belgian songwriter, Jay Alanski, and singer-producer-composer Alain Chamfort, the vocalist exploded for the Western pop picture. Among Lio’s strikes made up by Duvall and Alanski had been ‘Le Banana Break up’, ‘Fallait Pas Commencer’, ‘Je Casse Tout Ce Que Je Touche’ and ‘Les Brunes Comptent Pas Pour Des Prunes’. Duvall also co-composed some tracks in Lio’s repertoire with Marie Darieussecq. Other performers and groups who’ve performed and sometimes recorded music co-composed by Duvall consist of Duvall himself, Chamfort, Jane Birkin (who acquired achievement with ‘T’as Pas Le Droit D’Avoir As well as Mal Que Moi’, lyrics by Duvall, music by Jean-Noël Chaléat), Jeff Bodart, Étienne Daho, Lisa Ekdahl, Enzo Enzo, Marc LaVoine, Viktor Laszlo, Sandra Lou, Helena Noguerra, Joseph Racaille, Pierre Rapsat, Charline Rose, Runaways, Sparks, Telex, Arnold Turboust, Le Ukulele Membership De Paris, and Sammy Willcox. In the first 00s, the right now reclusive Duvall demonstrated his knowing of the modern picture by agreeing to seem on an record by Phantom, a Belgian garage area band comprising Benjamin Schoos, Sophie Galet and Pascal Head. For this program, Duvall, billed as mumbler instead of vocalist, resurrected some unsuccessful lyrics from years before for an entertaining outing.