Lucille starr the french song front


Starr, Lucille - The French Song

Format: LP
Label: A&M SP 4107, Barry B 332
Year: 1964
Origin: St. Boniface, Manitoba - Port Coquitlam, British Columbia
Genre: country
Value of Original Title: $40.00
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Release Type: Albums
Websites:  No
Playlist: Francophone, Manitoba, Country & Western, 1960's, Canadian Women in Song, MOCM Top 1000 Canadian Albums


Side 1

Track Name
The French Song
La vie en rose
In a Little Spanish Town
Crazy Arms

Side 2

Track Name
Wooden Heart
Release Me
Jolie Jacqueline
My Man


Lucille starr the french song back

Lucille Starr-The French Song BACK

Lucille starr the french song front

The French Song



Canadian singer/songwriter and yodeler Lucille Starr (born Lucille Marie Raymonde Savoie) was one of Canada's most popular country performers. She started her career singing with a British Columbia choir, Les Hirondelles, and then became the female lead with the Keray Regan Band. Eventually she and band member Bob Regan left to tour the country as Lucille and Bob. The duo had several successful singles in both the U.S. and Canada, including "No Help Wanted."

With her powerful voice and vibrant performances, Starr soon attracted notice from several label executives, one of whom dubbed the act the Canadian Sweethearts. While in California, the two frequently appeared on local country music shows and on ABC's Country America show, where they appeared regularly for two years. They also appeared on the Grand Ole Opry, and toured North America with Hank Snow, Wilf Carter and Little Jimmy Dickens. Both Starr and the Canadian Sweethearts signed to A&M Records in 1963.


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