https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=opJZildiOlo Mick Jagger and David Bowie gushed over her. Bob Dylan composed a poem about her and refused to continue playing during one Paris concert unless she was in the audience and visited him backstage. Francoise Hardy is a 1960s French pop icon who more than 50 years later is still making music. At the age of 74, she's not slowing down yet. Hardy has released her 28th album. Hardy's latest work, Personne d'Autre , available now, is the artist's best-selling album yet, coming close to Gold status in France. Hardy first burst onto France's music scene in 1962 with a song she wrote called " Tous les Garçons et les Filles " ("All the Boys and Girls"). The light-hearted track about never knowing love sold millions...
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Françoise Hardy Remains France's National Treasure