It ended definitely in 1995 with a highly publicized lawsuit. Sheila had numerous and well-remembered hits in the 1960s and 1970s, playing the well-behaved young girl image. The first one was "L'école est finie" (School is over), in 1962. In the Eight Women movie, Ludivine Sagnier sang her 1963 "Papa t'es plus dans l'coup" (Daddy, you are not in on it anymore) hit. Sheila's music also features prominently in the 1996 French film Une robe d'été (A Summer Dress). The character Sébastien is a devoted fan of Sheila, and Sheila's version of the Sonny & Cher classic, "Bang Bang," is featured on the soundtrack. In 1977 she came back as Sheila and B.
Devotion (in some countries records were released under the name "Sheila B. Devotion"; in others, under the name "Sheila and Black Devotion") and changed her style to disco. She also started singing in English. She again enjoyed considerable success, with hits like "Spacer" (produced by Chic), which was later sampled for the song "Crying at the Discothèque" by Swedish pop group Alcazar, "Love Me Baby" and a "Singin' in the Rain" cover. She ended the collaboration with Carrère at the beginning of the 1980s, and since that time has had problems with keeping her musical career afloat.
Her 1985 show at the Zénith, a large concert hall in northern Paris, was considered a failure. Although she is still very popular, having met huge success in concerts held in 1998 and 2002 at the Olympia, she has difficulties releasing commercially viable albums. 2- Sheila is also an Italian dance artist, who was produced by Fulvio Zafret and Francesco Contadini. Sheila recorded several singles like «Summer Dream Of Love», «Constant Flame» or «Total Eclipse Of The Heart». 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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