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Les Soeurs Étienne were a duo of French singers born in Reims (Marne).

Louise Étienne was born September 3, 1924 and died March 22, 2016 in Paris. Odette Étienne was born March 21, 1928 and died July 18, 2013 in Asnières-sur-Seine.

They have successfully conducted a lightning career after the Second World War in full swing mode.

Among their main songs, we find "C'est si bon", "Je t'embrasse", "Le Manège aux Souvenirs" and "Faire le Tour de France".

Odette Étienne married Jacques Goddet (4 January 1952 - 25 June 1957) (divorced) and Louis Candau (8 December 1989 - ?) (his death).

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Trivia (4)

May 9, 1948, they recorded the French song "C'est si bon" which was written in 1947 by Henri Betti (music) and André Hornez (lyrics). The song was recorded with Raymond Legrand and his Orchestra.
In 1957, they recorded the French song "Donnez-moi tout ça" which was written in 1955 by Henri Betti (music) and André Hornez (lyrics). The song was recorded with Jerry Mengo and his Orchestra.
In 1987, they recorded the French song "C'est à Brasilia" which was written by Henri Betti (music) and Pascal Sevran (lyrics). This is the last song composed by Henri Betti. In 1993, they sang the song with Jean Sala and his Orchestra in La chance aux chansons: Henri Betti (2/2) (1993).
In 2009, Rachel Pignot and her sister Rosalie Symon sing their songs in the musical show "Les Frangines chantent les Soeurs Étienne" which is staged by their mother Julie Ravix.

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