Sheila’s first success “School done” Released on February 13, 1963, and broke the record reaching 25,000 sales per day. Young girls, who identify themselves in them, adopt a uniform consisting of a plaid skirt and a white blouse. The quilted girl becomes a social phenomenon. At No. 1 in sales, Sheila already locates the idols and steals the show from Claude François, Johnny Hallyday, and Eddie Michel, who usually share the top of the bill. She would then be an extraordinary figure who would become the most popular singer of her generation. Their titles not only rank among the best French sales, but regularly lead in foreign hits (Argentina, Belgium, Canada, Spain, Greece, Israel, etc.) And various languages are included.
In January 2013, France 3 dedicated a notable documentary for the singer, whose life, like a Dhol novel, scrolls from false rumors to actual crossings of the desert.
In From elsewhere, Sheela Rescues himself personally and expresses himself on delicate, intimate and painful subjects, as he had never done before. Even referring to his birth name, Annie, to express how touched he was by the episode that inspired La Rumer.
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