A guitarist from age 11, Montreal-native Michel Pagliaro joined up with his first music group, Les Stringmen, when he was age group 15. After using Les Bluebirds and Les Merseys, he shaped Les Chancelliers and got popular with “Le P’tit Poppy” in 1966. Pagliaro remaining the band to get a solo profession that same yr; in 1970, he started recording in British when he authorized with Much Information. Though several British singles had been released in the first ’70s, his “Je’entends frapper” became the biggest-selling strike in Quebec background. Pagliaro documented in both dialects throughout the past due ’70s and ’80s but, recently, has only utilized French. His albums consist of Pag (1972), Pagliaro I (1976), Period Competition (1977), Avant (1987) and Sous Peine D’Amour (1988).