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Liz Brady

Liz Brady

Liz Brady


Born in Cairo in 1940, Liz Brady (born Ray Fleurat) is a French yé-yé singer. Between 1965 and 1967, she released four EPs: "Hey O Daddy O" (65),"Rien n'est perdu" (65), "Palladium" (66) , "Partie de Dames" (66) on Pathé and one EP on Decca "Le piano s'est tu" (67) . In 1968, she moved to Quebec and with her friend formed the duo "Les Scarabées" (The Beetles). They released several 45s among which "Puisque tu m'as quitté" et "Le cœur de mon pays" (Golden Album in Canada). Read more on Last.fm
Born in Cairo in 1940, Liz Brady (born Ray Fleurat) is a French yé-yé singer. Between 1965 and 1967, she released four EPs: "Hey O Daddy O" (65),"Rien n'est perdu" (65), "Palladium" (66) , "Partie de Dames" (66) on Pathé and one EP on Decca "Le piano s'est tu" (67) . In 1968, she moved to Quebec and with her friend formed the duo "Les Scarabées" (The Beetles). They released several 45s among which "Puisque tu m'as quitté" et "Le cœur de mon pays" (Golden Album in Canada). They disbanded in 1975 and Liz moved to Florida, continuing her singing career as Liza Brady while her friend released songs under the name of Martine Bee. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..

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