Tony Holiday (February 24, 1951 - February 14, 1990) was a German pop singer and songwriter.
Born Rolf Peter Knigge in Hamburg, West Germany, Knigge began his career first as a textile businessman and fashion designer. In 1974 he received a record contract with Hans Bertram, who rechristened him "Tony Holiday". His first two singles met with little success. Holiday's breakthrough came in 1977 with the German recording of "Tanze Samba mit Mir" ("Dance the Samba With Me") in 1977. The… read more
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