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Jodlerklub Wiesenberg

Jodlerklub Wiesenberg is a 19-member volksmusik group from Switzerland who have been awarded the 2007 Prix Walo in the group of Schlager/Volksmusik. Created in 1988 in Wisenberg, a hill area in the municipality of Wolfenschiessen in the canton of Nidwalden, the group for quite some time was chiefly known because of its live shows. Actually, they didn’t launch their first recording, Meys Edelweyss, until 2000, over ten years into their presence. Jodlerklub Wiesenberg’s discovery success arrived in 2007 using the launch of their second recording, Mey Freyd. The recording became a high Five hit around the Swiss albums graph thanks mainly to an exceedingly popular cover edition of “Ewigi Liäbi,” originally a 2006 TOP strike for the Swiss rock-band Mash. General, Mey Freyd charted for about a 12 months and gained Jodlerklub Wiesenberg the 2007 Prix Walo in the group of Schlager/Volksmusik.

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