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Géraldine Gaulier

Géraldine Gaulier (Bern, 1947) is a Swiss singer.

Biography

She started her career in 1966 with the label Polydor, releasing a 45´ EP La rivière me disait ("The has said to me"). Guy Lux invited her to perform in his show "Le Palmarès des chansons".

She has performed in the debut of Enrico Macias at L'Olympia . She represented Switzerland in the Eurovision Song Contest 1967 in Vienna with the song "Quel cœur vas-tu briser?" finishing in last place with zero votes.[1]

In 1968, she released another EP Les Chattes.

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  • Télévision suisse romande


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