De Höhner (Kölsch for The Chickens) is a band from Cologne, Germany. They sing in the local dialect of Cologne, 'Kölsch'.
The group was founded in 1972 by Peter Werner and Janus Fröhlich.
They are particularly successful in the area around Cologne, although they are known nationwide. The band is famous for performing at the carnival in Cologne.
De Randfichten are a German Volksmusic band from Johanngeorgenstadt, Saxony. Founded in 1992 as Original Arzgebirgische Randfichten by Thomas "Rups" Unger and Michael "Michl" Rostig, they were renamed to De Randfichten in 1997. In that year Thomas "Lauti" Lauterbach became a band member, and they released their first album Do pfeift dr Fuchs.
Eurovision Song Contest 1976 - The Hague
Entry for Luxembourg Performer: Jürgen Marcus
Song title: Chansons Pour Ceux Qui S'aiment
Song writer(s): Vline Buggy, Fred Jay
Song composer(s): Jack White Sang in Position: 5
Final Position: 14
Total Points: 17
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.