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Bianca Shomburg

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Origin  Hiddenhausen, Germany
Role  Singer
Name  Bianca Shomburg

Website  Bianca Shomburg
Occupation(s)  Singer
Genres  Pop music, Country rock
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Born  17 September 1974 (age 41) (1974-09-17)
Similar People  Chris Kempers, Marianna Zorba, Ulla Wiesner, Corinna May, Mekado

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Bianca Shomburg (born 17 September 1974, Hiddenhausen, North Rhine-Westphalia) is a German singer, best known for her participation in the 1997 Eurovision Song Contest.


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In 1996, Shomburg took part in the international TV talent contest European Soundmix Show, which she won, as a result obtaining a recording contract with producer Harold Faltermeyer and releasing her first single, "I Believe In Love". In 1997, she entered the German Eurovision selection with the Ralph Siegel-composed "Zeit" ("Time"), which had originally been written for Esther Ofarim. "Zeit" emerged the clear winner, and went forward to the 42nd Eurovision Song Contest, held in Dublin on 3 May. However, the song's performance in the contest was quite disappointing: it managed only an 18th-place finish of 25 entries.

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Shomburg followed her Eurovision appearance with an English-language album, It's My Time, which failed to sell and remains her only album to date. Unable to make a commercial breakthrough, she subsequently largely disappeared from public view, although for a time she was a singing coach on TV reality show Deutschland sucht den Superstar. Since 2008, Shomburg has been working with country rock band Nashfield.

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1996: "I Believe In Love"
1997: "Zeit"
1997: "Only Your Love"
1998: "Ich lieb' dich mehr"
1999: "Ich glaub noch immer an Wunder"

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1997: It's My Time

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