Despite its Canadian-sounding name, the disco duet Ottawan, made up of two Caribbean-born singers Jean Patrick (given birth to on April 6, 1954) and Annette (given birth to on November 1, 1958), was a brainchild from the French producer team Daniel Vangarde and Jean Kluger. Vangarde who also caused Dalida, the Gibson Brothers and Sheila & B. Devotion found out Jean Patrick in another of the Parisian night clubs where the second option performed along with his music group Dark Underground. The suppliers decided to switch the name from the music group, reportedly they developed the thought of today’s name on the in the past from Canada. Ottawan’s catchy debut solitary “D.We.S.C.O” was an enormous dance strike around European countries in 1980 and also managed to get to number 2 in the uk, residing in the graphs for 18 weeks. 1981’s “Hands Up” was nearly as successful, achieving number three in the united kingdom and logging in the graphs for 15 weeks. Quickly thereafter Jean Patrick give up the music group and organized a fresh duo, Pam ‘n Pat, with whom he have scored another Western european dance strike, “TO BECOME Superman” in 1982. Lately, Patrick re-organized Ottawan and toured European countries with his brand-new partner, Tamara.