Francoise Hardy is credited as the song Tous Les Garcons Et Les Filles which is the B-Side to the Eurythmics single It's Alright (Baby's Coming Back) from the Be Yourself Tonight album.
Françoise Madeleine Hardy was born in Paris, France, January 17th 1944.
Her recording career began in 1962 with "Tous les garçons et les filles" which became a hit all over Europe. In 1963, she represented Monaco in the Eurovision Song Contest, being placed 5th with her song "L'amour s'en va".
"Tous les garçons et les filles" reached number 36 in the UK charts in June 1964 after the release of her first songs in English. Other UK chart entries were "Et même" (31 in January 1965) and "All over the world" (16 in March 1965).
The majority of her recordings were self written, and some have been translated from her native tongue into English, Italian, Spanish and German.