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Gary Lux

Gerhard "Gary" Lux (born 26 January 1959) is an Austrian singer, most famous for having represented his country in the Eurovision Song Contest on six occasions. He was born in Ontario, Canada but returned to live in Austria with his parents as a young boy. He was married to Marianne(died of cancer on April 4th 2011) and has 2 sons, Benny and Dennis. He has released solo albums entitled "Dreidimensional" and "City of Angels" inspired by some time he had spent in Los Angeles.

Lux performed for Austria on the following occasions:

As a composer, Lux was placed second in the Austrian national heat for Eurovision in 1994 with the song "Solitaire" performed by Three Girl Madhouse. Gary also sang a duet with Gitti Seuberth at the 1984 Austrian final Komm Hoit Mi which placed 2nd

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Preceded by
Mess
Austria in the Eurovision Song Contest
1983 (member of Westend)
Succeeded by
Anita
Preceded by
Anita
Austria in the Eurovision Song Contest
1985
Succeeded by
Timna Brauer
Preceded by
Timna Brauer
Austria in the Eurovision Song Contest
1987
Succeeded by
Wilfried


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