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  2. Brothers who sang in the 1983 Eurovision Song Contest held in Munich. Germany on April 24th 1983.

    Rücksicht (English translation: "Regard" or…

  3. Tony Marshall was born in Baden-Baden as Herbert Anton Bloeth (later changed to Herbert Anton Hilger). He first trained in Karlsruhe as an opera…

  4. Dieter Thomas Kuhn was born on January 7, 1965, in Tübingen, Germany. When the German music scene experienced a revival of the schlager genre -…

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  6. Ingrid Peters (born April 19, 1954 in Dudweiler, Saarland) is a German singer.

    She represented Germany in in the Eurovision Song Contest 1986 held in…

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  8. Ibo Bekirovic, a German-Yugoslavian pop singer who became famous with the hit song "Ibiza". He died in the year 2000 in an automobile accident.

  9. German schlager singer, he also is the founder/singer (studio)/producer of the disco band Boney M. and the co-founder/producer/manager of the…

  10. german singer born in 1942

  11. Hanne Haller sings melodic, emotionally authentic ballads in German. Emphasis on strong lyrics and clarity of diction.

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  13. De Randfichten are a German Volksmusic band from Johanngeorgenstadt, Saxony.

    Founded in 1992 as Original Arzgebirgische Randfichten by Thomas…

  14. Rudi Carrell (19 December 1934 in Alkmaar, The Netherlands — 7 July 2006 in Bremen, Germany), born Rudolf Wijbrand Kesselaar, was a Dutch…

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    Gitte HænningGitte Hænning (Born: 29 June 1946 ) is a Danish singer. Got his…

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  18. Bernd Clüver (born April 10, 1948 in Hildesheim) is a German pop/schlager singer. In his long career, he has numerous awards and had a variety of…

  19. In 1971 Daisy Door released her first single „Du lebst in Deiner Welt“ which was used in criminal TV-Film episode “Der Kommissar - Als die Blumen…

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