Michèle Torr is a French singer and author. She won her first singing contest at age fifteen, in 1962. Then in 1963, at age sixteen, Michèle won a recording contract with the Mercury label, and opened for Jacques Brel at the Paris Olympia. She released three EPs (four songs each) throughout 1964, which were aimed at radio and juke-box play. Torr’s release of “Dans mes bras, oublie ta peine” in 1964 was a big hit. Further releases of both original French material, and French covers of British and American hits. She participated in the Eurovision Song Contest twic, in 1966, representing Luxembourg, and in 1977, representing Monaco.