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Simone Stelzer


Simone Stelzer alias Simone is an Austrian pop singer. She was born in Vienna, Austria on 1 October 1969.[1]

In 1990 she participated[2] in "Ein Lied für Zagreb", the Austrian qualifying heat for the Eurovision Song Contest. Her song "Keine Mauern mehr" was initially placed second. However, several days after the final it was discovered that winning song "Das Beste" performed by Duett had participated in a German qualifying heat in 1988. It was therefore disqualified and Simone was announced as the Austrian Eurovision entrant. "Keine Mauern mehr" was placed tenth in Zagreb.[2] Simone participated in the 1994 qualifying heat, "Ein Lied für Dublin" with the song "Radio" which was placed fourth.

Discography

Studio albums

  • [1990] Feuer Im Vulkan
  • [1994] Gute Reise (bon voyage)
  • [1996] Ich liebe Dich
  • [1998] Aus Liebe
  • [1999] Träume
  • [2001] Solang wir lieben
  • [2003] Ganz nah
  • [2005] Schwerelos
  • [2006] Das Beste und mehr
  • [2009] Morgenrot
  • [2010] Mondblind
  • [2012] Pur
  • [2013] Das kleine große Leben (Duet with Charly Brunner)

Singles

  • [1994] Wahre Liebe
  • [1994] Josie
  • [1996] Heute Nacht
  • [1996] Wahre Liebe wartet
  • [1998] Nimm mich einfach in den Arm ...
  • [1998] Ich lieb dich oder nicht
  • [1998] Denn es war ihr Lachen (Sayonara)
  • [2000] Verlier mein Herz nicht, wenn du gehst
  • [2000] Ich muss dich wiedersehn
  • [2000] Solang wir lieben
  • [2007] Alles durch die Liebe (Duet with Bernhard Brink)
  • [2008] 1000 mal geträumt
  • [2009] Ich hätt ja gesagt
  • [2009] Die Nacht als sie fortlief
  • [2009] Morgenrot
  • [2010] Halt mich ein letztes mal
  • [2010] Sehnsucht kommt nicht von ungefähr
  • [2011] Ich möcht niemals Deine Tränen sehn
  • [2012] Wenn Du gehst
  • [2012] Ich denk noch an Dich (Duet with Charly Brunner)
  • [2012] Heisskalter Engel
  • [2013] Das kleine große Leben (Duet with Charly Brunner)

References

  • Discography

External links

  • Official website (in German)
  • Internet Movie Database
Preceded by
Thomas Forstner
Austria in the Eurovision Song Contest
1990
Succeeded by
Thomas Forstner
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