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Eddy Wally

The self-proclaimed “Tone of voice of European countries”, flamboyant schlager pop vocalist Eddy Wally continues to be referred to as Belgium’s response to Liberace because of his campy and kitsch persona. Blessed in Zelzate in 1932, he originally started out being a bag salesman before starting up with Dutch manufacturer Johnny Hoes in the ’60s and heading on to rating strikes with “Cherie” and “Ik Springtime Uit Een Vliegmachien.” He became a cult amount in the ’90s because of regular performances on U.K. Television show Eurotrash, and continuing to execute and record until he retired in 2011 after struggling a stroke.

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