Julien Clerc - This Melody (1979) • TopPop

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Julien Clerc (4 October 1947), born as Paul Alain Leclerc, is a French singer and songwriter.
Clerc broke through in France in 1969 with a French version of the musical Hair. Later he also gained fame in the Netherlands through hits such as Hélène ', Si on chantait, Elle voulait qu'on l'appelle Venise, Ce n'est rien and This melody, which even became a number 1 hit in the Netherlands.
This performance was filmed and broadcast in the TROS tv program Showbizzquiz of February 17, 1979

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Broadcast date: 17 February 1979

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TopPop was the first regular dedicated pop music TV show in the Dutch language area. Dutch broadcaster AVRO aired the programme weekly, from 1970 to 1988. Presenter Ad Visser hosted the show for its first fifteen years.
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