| Arzu Ozkaraman|
Pop music, Schlager music
| Grup Pan, Sebnem Paker, Klips ve Onlar, Cetin Alp, Buket Bengisu & Group Safir|Arzu Ece Wikipedia
Arzu Ece (born Arzu Özkaraman; 1963, Istanbul), known as "Ece", is a Turkish singer, best known for her participation in the Eurovision Song Contests of 1989 and 1995. Ece is scene surname and real one was Özkaraman.
Ece made five appearances in the Turkish Eurovision Song Contest selection as follows:1987: "Keloğlan" (with Rüya Ersavci, Fatih Erkoç & Harun Kolçak ) - No placement as only two of the 10 participating songs received jury votes
1988: "Zig Zag" (with Cigdem Tunc) - Placements not released
1989: "Bana Bana" (as member of Pan) - 1st
1991: "Sessiz geceler" (with Gür Akad) - 2nd
1995: "Sev" - 1st
Following her victory with Pan in 1989, Ece went forward to the 34th Eurovision Song Contest, held in Lausanne, Switzerland on 6 May. "Bana Bana" was a very ethnic-sounding song but it came many years before such songs became vote winners at Eurovision, and finished in 21st place of the 22 entries, beating only the 'nul points' Icelandic entry.
Ece's appearance, with the more mainstream ballad "Sev", at the 40th Eurovision Song Contest in Dublin on 13 May 1995 resulted in a slightly better placement - 16th out of 23.
Ece released her second album, Sebebi yok, in 1994, then retired from the music industry.
Ece married Ali Otyam in 1999; the couple had a son but divorced in 2007. Ece was diagnosed with leukemia in 2009, and underwent treatment, including chemotherapy.Bir Daha & Sen Yok musun (45rpm/Hop Plak) (1976)
Çapkın Çocuk & Dün Bugün Yarın (45rm/Yankı Plak) (1976)
Beni Sen Çağırdın (MC/Lider Plak) (1985)
Sebebi Yok (MC, CD/Türküola) (1994)
Sev, Love, Aime (MC, CD/TRT) (1995)
Master Chemo - Kemo Aga (Single) (2012)