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Lennie Kuhr

Dutch singer Lennie Kuhr was among four performers to become elected winner from the 1969 Eurovision Melody Competition, alongside entries from French vocalist Frida Boccara, the U.K.’s Lulu, and Spain’s Salomé. She was created on Feb 22, 1950, in Eindhoven, and was 17 when she released her musical profession being a French-style chansonnier. Her initial major strike (and her 1969 Eurovision victor) was the self-composed “Le Troubadour.” The melody also entitled her debut LP. Savoring greater reputation in France than in her homeland, Kuhr often appeared alongside France songwriter Georges Brassens, while savoring a string of strikes that peaked with 1972’s chart-topper, “Jesus Christo.” Afterwards in the 10 years, she teamed using the music group Les Poppys for the strike “Visite.”

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