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Stefan Waggershausen

Stefan Waggershausen (born 20 February 1949) is a German singer, composer, and song writer.

Waggershausen was born in Friedrichshafen, at Lake Constance. In 1974 he produced his first record as singer. In 1980, he had his first big success with the song Hallo Engel. Further songs were released, partly sung together with Ofra Haza and María Conchita Alonso. The biggest commercial success of Waggershausen's career were the 1984 duet "Zu Nah Am Feuer" with Italian singer-songwriter Alice and the 1990 duet Das erste Mal tat's noch weh with Viktor Lazlo.

Discography

  • Traumtanzzeit (1974)
  • Hallo Engel (1980)
  • Fang mich auf (1981)
  • Sanfter Rebell (1982)
  • Tabu (1984)
  • Mitten ins Herz (1984, Live)
  • Touché d´amour (1985)
  • Im Herzen des Orkans (1987)
  • Tief im Süden meines Herzens (1990)
  • Herzsprünge (1991)
  • Wenn dich die Mondfrau küßt (1993)
  • Louisiana (1995)
  • Die Rechnung kommt immer (1997)
  • Wolke 7 (2000)
  • Duette & Balladen (2003)
  • Unterm Cajun-Mond (2004)

External links

  • Official website (German)
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