“It has to end sometime.”
Vicky Leandros announces the end of her career
Vicky Leandros is giving up her career. The singer revealed that she will be embarking on her final tour next year.
Vicky Leandros has quit music.
Vicky Leandros split (70)! The singer will be on tour for the last time next fall. Then it’s done. “I think it’s time to stop. I turned 70 this summer. This is when you start to think about the limited nature of life. At some point it has to come to an end, “she explains her decision to” Bild “. She wants to stop self-determination and not happen under Any circumstance with a walking stick.
Leandros has been on stage since she was 13 years old. In 1972, at the age of twenty, she won the ESC title for Luxembourg in Edinburgh, Scotland, with her song “Après toi”. Her career has continued at a fast pace. Her songs like “Love Life” and “Theo, We’re Going to Lodz” will never be forgotten.
Vicky Leandro is looking forward to spending time with family
The pop and chanson singer is looking forward to a new stage in her life: “My view of the future is completely positive. That is why my farewell tour is also called Love Life. There is so much beauty and encouragement in the title.”
The musician already has plans beyond the end of her career. Currently, she lives alternately in Hamburg and Athens, as she is building a hotel in the Greek capital. She is also writing a second cookbook and planning her autobiography. She also has three grandchildren of her three children who keep her busy: “We are all very close to each other. When I’m home, I cook for the whole family every day. As a grandmother, I try to be strict with my grandchildren. But they just laugh at my attempts at education.”
Vicky Leandros sang in many languages
Born in Corfu as Vasiliki Papathanasiou, the Greek has lived in Germany since 1958. In 2015, the artist was awarded the Order of Merit of the Federal Republic of Germany for her social commitment. During her career, Leandros sang in German and French as well as Greek, English, Dutch, Japanese and Spanish, gave concerts all over the world, made guest appearances on television music shows and received numerous awards in addition to her success. Gold and Platinum Recordings. (BSN)
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