Popular German schlager crooner Marianne Rosenberg was born in the city of Berlin in 1955. After winning a talent contest at the age of 14 with her song "Mr. Paul McCartney," Rosenberg embarked on a successful run through the mid-'70s, landing regional hits with "Fremder Mann, Er Gehört zu Mir," "Lieder der Nacht," and "Marleen." Long considered a gay icon in Europe, Rosenberg continues to record and perform. Her latest release, the disco-fueled Für Immer Wie Heute, was issued in 2004. ~ James Christopher MongerPortions of Content Provided by Rovi Corporation.
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