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Claude François

Real Name:Claude Antoine Marie François
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French pop star, musician (drummer and violinist), songwriter, producer, label owner and dancer. Born 1 February 1939 in Ismailia, Egypt; died 11 March 1978 in Paris, France. Commonly known as Clo-Clo.

He was one of the first major artists in France to set up his own publishing an production company and label, Disques Flèche.

Outside of France he's best-known as co-writer (with Jacques Revaux) of the song Comme d’Habitude, made famous by Frank Sinatra in a rewritten version by Paul Anka titled My Way.

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Aliases:Kôkô
In Groups:Les Gamblers, Marcel Bianchi Et Son Orchestre
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