French singer-songwriter Michel Fugain (given birth to in Grenoble, France, 1942) was most widely known for his early 70s outings with Big Bazar, which singles Fais comme l’oiseau or Une belle histoire were quick hit Hippie music. Allowing down his medical research, he transferred to Paris to become songwriter in 1964, penning music for well offering performers such as for example Dalida or Hugues Auffray. In 1972, he produced the hippie collective group of performers and music artists Big Bazar, before departing it in 1976 to make a fresh collective under his personal name, La Compagnie Michel Fugain. After a 70s maximum, his career continued at a slower speed, until he stop the music business as a result to the increased loss of his child Laurette in 2002. In 2005, Television channel M6 provided him a return with ‘Interest Mesdames et Messieurs’ (one of is own many strike singles’ name), but Fugain quickly dropped desire for it, sense betrayed and harm. For a cleaning purpose, he released Bravo et merci in 2007, comprised a addresses of his preferred performers’ tunes, from Charles Aznavour to Maxime LeForestier, which tasted just like a farewell album.