G.G. Anderson looms large among the most successful German pop composers of the rock era, authoring an enormous catalog of hits for acts including Axel Becker, Mireille Mathieu, and Rex Gildo in addition to mounting his own career as a singer.
The Brunner brothers (Johann Brunner and Karl Brunner) started in the late seventies with the group name "Happy".
"Happy" was a Seventies-Rock-Coverband. Their first Record company "KOCH Records" renamed the band into "Brunner & Brunner".
Known to her fans as Der Stille Star (i.e., the Silent Star), Monika Martin is an Austrian schlager singer with a long track record of hitmaking, going all the way back to her 1996 debut single, "La Luna Blu.
Unquestionably one of the leading volkstümliche musik acts of their era, the Nockalm Quintett is an Austrian schlagerband with a long list of hits and accolades to their credit, as well as dozens of albums.
Andrea Berg (born 28 January 1966) is a German singer in the Schlager genre.
Berg was born in Krefeld. As a child she would experiment with performing short sketches at carnivals and other celebrations. She later played with a band, and also worked backstage on stage set-up and drove the band's van.
Die Flippers (The Flippers) are a German Schlager group from Baden-Württemberg formed in 1964. They are one of the most successful Schlager groups ever, and have been constantly recording and releasing new music since their self-titled debut album (which was released in 1970).