Daniel Bevilacquabetter known by the stage name Christopheis a French singer and songwriter. Christophe became famous in the early s with his first hit being " Aline ", in His La Petite Fille Du 3e - Various - Motors Spécial Succès (Volume 2) include the song "Oh! Mon Amour" which he sang in French and Italian. After a small break, he returned inwith La Petite Fille Du 3e - Various - Motors Spécial Succès (Volume 2) Dreyfus launching the Motors record label Disques Motors and becoming the producer of Christophe records.
The result was the "Les Paradis perdus". Inhe recorded "Les mots bleus" lyrics by Jean-Michel Jarre. Inhe came back with "Le Beau Bizarre". Inhe wrote "Ne raccroche pas" a song which is believed to be about the Princess Stephanie of Monaco. The following year, he wrote Welt In Flammen - Genocide (13) - Apocalyptic Visions song "Boule de flipper" for Corynne Charby.
Inafter a break, he returned with his album "Bevilacqua". In FebruaryChristophe performed, in Clermont-Ferrandhis first live concert in more than two decades, followed by two appearances at the Olympia in March Christophe's s song I Honestly Love You - Roger Williams - The Best Of The Beautiful mots bleus" was covered by Thierry Amiel in InChristophe took part in a tribute album for Alain Bashung two years after the latter's death.
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