Eddy Mitchell, whose real name Claude Moine was born July 3, 1942
in Paris (France). He discovered very early a passion for America,
a cinema and rock music. At the age of fourteen he formed his
first group. In the early sixties, the band signed with a record
company and see rename "The Black Socks. The group's success,
even if ephemeral, will be enormous and allows Eddy to launch
a solo career in 1963. He was voted one album and became like
Johnny Hallyday one of the stars of French rock.