Alice Dona

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Alice Dona in 2010 at the Festival of American Cinema of Deauville.

Alice Donadel, stagename Alice Dona (Maisons-Alfort, 17 February 1946) is a French singer and songwriter. Born to an Italian father from Veneto and a French mother, both musicians.

As a singer she recorded 11 singles from 1963 to 1965 among them "Demain, j'ai dix-sept ans", "Surboum 63", "Mon train de banlieue", and "Avec Toi", co-written with Jacques Demarny, her entry for the Rose de France song competition in 1966.[1] After starting a family she then turned more to songwriting and provided a series of hits for other French singers during the 1970s.[2]

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  1. ^ Billboard - 2 Jul 1966 - Page 42 "INTERNATIONAL NEWS REPORTS Entries for the Rose de France Song Festival Antibes, June 23–25 ... "Avec Toi" Alice Dona J. Demarny A. Dona ...
  2. ^ Paroles de stars 2003- Page 107 Interview: "Alice Dona - La prime à Dona: Compositeur pour les plus grands, Alice Dona a été propulsée sur l'avant-scène par son compère et ami Serge Lama. « L'antistar » est revenue au Théâtre de Dix-Heures, quatorze ans après son premier passage. Un bail pour cette grande dame qui a mené sa carrière avec sagesse. ..."