Isabelle Boulay (born 6 July 1972 in Sainte-Félicité, Quebec) is a francophone Canadian pop singer. In 1990, some friends registered her at the Petite-Vallée song festival without her consent, but she completed a performance there and was regarded as a huge success. The following year she won at the Granby song festival for her rendition of Jacques Brel's "Amsterdam". Since then, she has had considerable success both in Quebec and in Europe. Her biggest-selling album in France was the 2000 release Parle-moi ("talk to me"). On the 14th of February 2008, she was presented with the medal of the Assemblée Nationale of Quebec by the mayor of her hometown, in recognition of her contribution to the arts. (Some hits: Jamais assez loin, Tombé de toi, Parle-moi, J'ai mal à l'amour, Le saule, Vole colombe, Jamais assez loin, Parle-moi, J'ai mal à l'amour.
Serge Lama (b. 11 February 1943) is a French singer. He was born in Bordeaux. His most famous song is Je suis malade. In 1971 he represented France in the Eurovision Song Contest with the song Un jardin sur la terre, which was placed tenth. He ranks among the most traditionally minded French songwriters. His strong, powerful voice, combined to his very intense and theatrical stage persona, has often earned him comparisons to Jacques Brel. The title of a book he has written speaks for Lama's lyricist orientations: Sentiment, Sexe et Solitude. He had some hit singles during the late '60s and '70s, the most famous one being "Je Suis Malade", and had a popularity peak in the '80s with the success of his musical, Napoléon. During his career, he recorded more than 31 albums with success such as : D'aventures en aventures, Je t'aime à la folie, les balons rouges