Hansi Lang

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The Austrian band The Slow Club; Concert on Karlsplatz in Vienna as part of the Karlsplatz art zone. Hansi Lang - voc., Wolfgang Schlogl - electronics. The Slow Club Kunstzone-Karlsplatz2008c.jpg
The Austrian band The Slow Club; Concert on Karlsplatz in Vienna as part of the Karlsplatz art zone. Hansi Lang - voc., Wolfgang Schlögl - electronics.

Hansi Lang (born 13 January 1955 in Vienna; died 24 August 2008 in Vienna [1] [2] ) was an Austrian singer and actor.

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Discography

Alben

The Slow Club

Awards

Literature

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References

  1. Meldung Archived 2011-05-31 at the Wayback Machine der APA
  2. "we are grieving for Hansi Lang". serious entertainment.eu. Archived from the original on July 20, 2011. Retrieved July 22, 2010.