Joe Dassin launched his career in America, singing French classics on the local bar circuit. But the enterprising young singer would soon bring his distinctive brand of American folk to France, rocketing to the top of the charts in the 60's with his hit single "Bip Bip". Although his career was cut short by a fatal heart attack in Tahiti in 1980, Dassin would record a whole string of hit singles including his legendary "L'été indien".
Joe made his concert début in 1967, supporting Salvatore Adamo on tour. By 1968 he was back at the top of the charts with "Les Dalton", which was soon followed by a whole string of new hit singles. By 1969 the young Franco-American star was firmly established at the forefront of the French music scene. After a tour of Canada and Africa, Joe performed a series of concerts in France that summer, followed by thousands of screaming girl fans wherever he went. Tickets for Joe Dassin concerts were, needless to say, sold out weeks in advance. Joe's hits earnt him a veritable collection of gold discs and later that year the young singer received the ultimate accolade, winning the prestigious "Prix Charles Cros de l'Académie du Disque". At the end of the year Joe performed at the Olympia, the most famous of all Paris's concert halls - a sign of ultimate success in itself.
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