Feminine form of Joel, the Anglicized form of Yoel, which is derived from the Hebrew yō'ēl (Jehovah is his God).
VivaCarolina  4/2/2019
Joëlle Choupay-Mogensen was a singer of French songs. Between 1972 and 1979, she was the lead vocals of Il était une fois releasing 8 albums. Born in Long Island, New York, Joëlle was the daughter of a French/Vietnamese/American mother and a Danish father who was serving with UNICEF at the United Nations in New York City. The family eventually returned to Copenhagen in the early part of the 1960s where she attended a private religious school. She spoke six languages and was a member of the volleyball team. She began singing at a young age and as a fan of Bob Dylan, developed a folk song repertoire, appearing on American and Danish television variety shows, playing a guitar and singing.
cutenose  1/16/2017

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