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Benny Quick

Benny Quick

Benny Quick


Benny Quick (born: Rolf Müller, 31. December 1943 in Essen; died 22. December 1999 in Frankfurt am Main) was a pop singer based in Duisburg . His greatest success was the song Motorbiene in 1962. It was a German cover version of the single Motorcycle by Tico & the Triumphs. Benny Quick's backing band were The Twens Through the 1960s he continued to release records such as German translations of "Hello Josephine" (Fats Domino) and "This Diamond Ring" (Gary Lewis and the Playboys). Read more on Last.fm
Benny Quick (born: Rolf Müller, 31. December 1943 in Essen; died 22. December 1999 in Frankfurt am Main) was a pop singer based in Duisburg . His greatest success was the song Motorbiene in 1962. It was a German cover version of the single Motorcycle by Tico & the Triumphs.

Benny Quick's backing band were The Twens Through the 1960s he continued to release records such as German translations of "Hello Josephine" (Fats Domino) and "This Diamond Ring" (Gary Lewis and the Playboys). A compilation of his singles was released by the Bear Family label in 1979. On 22. December 1999 he was due to marry his long time girlfriend Susanne. She left the house in the morning to go to the hairdresser while Benny was still asleep.

On her return a few hours later, she found Benny dead; he had hung himself. He was buried on 30. December 1999 in the Westhausen graveyard in Frankfurt am Main. Read more on Last.fm.

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