Martine Clémenceau

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Martine Clémenceau (born 18 March 1949) is a French singer.

She won the Yamaha Music Festival in 1971 with the song A jour l’amour. Then, she represented France in the Eurovision Song Contest in 1973 with Sans toi, taking the 15th place.[1][2]

Her song Solitaire, written in 1981 is her most important hit in France, and Laura Branigan in 1983 recorded a cover that was #7 in the Billboard rankings.

She sang Quelquefois as a duet with Claude François and during the 1990s. She wrote songs especially for Herbert Léonard. In 2005 she received the René Jeanne Prize.


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Preceded by
Betty Mars
with Comé-comédie
France in the Eurovision Song Contest
Succeeded by
Nicole Rieu
with Et bonjour à toi l'artiste