Jocelyne Jocya - French Feelings in USA album flac
Title: French Feelings in USA
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Jocelyne Jocya (January 7, 1942 – August 18, 2003) was a French singer, songwriter, and advocate of children's rights best known for her rendition of "Bon Voyage". From 1958 to 1980, she sold millions of records and performed in the world's most famous music halls. In 1988, she founded the Federation for the Declaration of the Rights of Children, a non-profit children's rights organization. Albums by Jocelyne JocyaSort:By Album A - Z. French Feelings: Jocelyne Jocya in the .
Jocelyne Nicole Lamoureux-Davidson (born July 3, 1989) is an American ice hockey forward. She scored the game-winning shootout goal to win the gold medal for Team USA at the 2018 Winter Olympics against Canada after her twin sister Monique tied the game near the end of regulation. Lamoureux-Davidson also won silver medals for the United States women's national ice hockey team at the 2010 and 2014 Winter Olympics
Jocelyne Jocya (January 7, 1942 – August 18, 2003) was a French singer, songwriter, and advocate of children's rights best known for her rendition of "Bon Voyage". Her recording of "Bon Voyage" catapulted her to superstar status and sold millions of copies around the world. She became the protégé of Piaf and went on to win Le Coq d'Or de la Chanson Française, three times. In the 1970s she wrote produced, wrote and performed in New York City such hits as French Dressings. From 1980–1985 Jocelyn was a client of L'étoile Talent Agencies and CEL Management co-owned by Rob Cipriano.
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Jocelyne Bloch, a Swiss neurosurgeon. Jocelyne Boisseau, a French film and television actress. Jocelyne Couture-Nowak (1958–2007), the only Canadian victim of the Virginia Tech shootings. Jocelyne Dakhlia (born 1959), French historian and anthropologist. Jocelyne Gagné, a justice with the Federal Court of Canada. Jocelyne Jocya (1942-2003), French singer and children's rights advocate. Jocelyne LaGarde (1924–1979), a Tahitian who became famous for her one acting role in the 1966 motion picture, Hawaii. Jocelyne Loewen, a Canadian voice actress