D.C. LaRue (born David Charles L'Heureux on April 26, 1948 in Meriden, Connecticut, U.S.A.) is a disco music artist. His music was successful in clubs and on dance music charts worldwide during the 1970s and early 1980s.
The Queen Samantha was a 1970s disco artist produced by the Parisian musician Harry Chalkitis. Gloria Brooks, a singer from Chicago, was the lead vocalist on many of their recordings. All of their songs were co-written by Chalkitis and his wife Myriam (except a charting cover version of "The Letter" (originally by The Box Tops)).
The Canadian outfit burst on the scene in 1979 with "Disco Choo Choo." The first line-up consisted of Tony Bentivegna and Johnny D'Orazio (the two constant members) and Louis Toteda and Peter Sciascia (vocals).
There are two artists with the name Poussez. The pictured group, Poussez (pronounced Poo-Say) was a popular and successful Eurodisco group created and produced by Alphonse Mouzon. They released two albums by 1980.
The king of the eurodisco sound in the 1970's. Alec wrote for and produced many disco artists including Love and Kisses, Don Ray, Tony Rallo, Cerrone, Paris Connection, Sphinx, Sumeria and Alan Hawkshaw.