| Musician, singer|
| Lenny Kuhr|
| 22 February 1950 (age 65) (1950-02-22) Eindhoven, Netherlands|
Panta Rhei, Hollands Glorie, De Troubadour, Dromentrein, On Christmas Night, Oog In Oog, Lenny Kuhr
Herman Pieter de Boer, Ralph Rousseau, Micky Otterspoor
Lenny Kuhr Wikipedia
Lenny Kuhr (born 22 February 1950 in Eindhoven) is a Dutch singer-songwriter.
In 1967 she started a singing career in the Netherlands, performing songs in the French chanson tradition. In 1969 she represented the Netherlands in the Eurovision Song Contest with her composition De Troubadour (lyrics by David Hartsema; orchestra conducted by Franz de Kok). She was one of the four winners that year.
In the early seventies Kuhr was more successful in France than in her home country. She topped the French charts in 1972 with the song Jesus Christo and performed in the shows of Georges Brassens.
In 1980 she had her biggest hit in the Netherlands: Visite, a song she performed together with the French group Les Poppys. She has been releasing records ever since, though without major chart success.
In 1982 Kuhr hosted the Nationaal Songfestival, the Dutch national heat for Eurovision.
Lenny Kuhr converted to Judaism. She married Rob Frank and has two daughters from an earlier marriage who live in Israel. For a while, she also lived in Israel.
1969: De troubadour
1971: De zomer achterna
1972: Les enfants
1972: De wereld waar ik van droom
1974: God laat ons vrij
1975: 'n Avondje Amsterdam
1976: 'n Dag als vandaag
1982: Oog in oog
1983: De beste van Lenny Kuhr
1986: Quo vadis
1990: Het beste van Lenny Kuhr
1990: De blauwe nacht
1992: Heilig vuur
1994: Altijd heimwee
1997: Gebroken stenen
1997: Stemmen in de nacht
1998: De troubadour
1999: Oeverloze liefde
2004: Op de grens van jou en mij
2005: Panta Rhei