CHRISTOPHE

Daniel Bevilacqua, better known by the stage name Christophe, is a French singer and songwriter. He was born on 13 October 1945 in the Paris suburb of Juvisy-sur-Orge, to an Italian father.
Christophe became famous in the early 1960s with his first hit being "Aline", in 1965. His hits include the song "Oh!... Mon Amour" which he sang in French and Italian. After a small break, he returned in 1971, with Francis Dreyfus launching the Motors record label (Disques Motors) and becoming the producer of Christophe records. The result was the 1973 "Les Paradis perdus". In 1974, he recorded "Les mots bleus" (lyrics by Jean-Michel Jarre).
In 1978, he came back with "Le Beau Bizarre". In 1983, Christophe released another single, "Succès fou", followed by "Clichés d'amour" in 1984 in which he sang 1940s and 195...

 Christophe chez lui le 26 juin 1980.
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