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Flemming “Bamse” Jørgensen

Among Denmark’s most widely known and longest working performers, Flemming Jørgensen (he earned the nickname Bamse while the leader from the music group Bamses Venner, another long term custom in Danish pop and rock and roll) was created in 1947 in Northampton. Using the Bamses Venner, that was founded in 1973, Jørgensen became children name in his indigenous nation, and in 1980 completed 14th in the Eurovision Track Contest using the track “Taenker Altid Pa Drill down” (or “Usually Thinking about You,” in British). Over time, Jørgensen would continue to record a great number of albums and singles, and in 2007, released his 34th full-length, Like Me Tender, that was a tribute assortment of 14 of Elvis Presley’s best-known ballads.

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