Catherine Ferry, the singer who represented France with the evergreen Un, deux, trois, in The Hague in 1976, releases a compilation album titled Rétrospective 1977-1980.
40 years after her Eurovision participation, Catherine Ferry, the runner-up of the 1976 edition of the contest, is treating all nostalgic fans to the release of a compilation album focusing on her songs released at the end of the 1970s. The album contains the English, German and Spanish versions of her Eurovision entry and is available for download on all digital platforms (Deezer, Amazon, etc.).
Catherine Ferry is currently back under the spotlights on the occasion of the remembrance of the death of her former lyricist, composer, producer and lover Daniel Balavoine. A superstar in France, Daniel Balavoine had joined Catherine Ferry on stage as one of her backing singers in The Hague in 1976 (the one on the left side) and went on to pen most of Catherine Ferry’s songs until his tragic death in a helicopter accident during the Paris-Dakar race in 1986.