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Corinna May

Corinna May

Corinna May


Corinna May (10 October 1970 in Bremen, Germany) is a singer from Germany. As a child she was already used to music; her father had a huge collection of jazz albums. Soon Corinna started singing in a school choir and a gospel choir. After several talent competitions Corinna May could release her first album in 1997; it was a jazz album, produced by herself. Two years later she released an album called "Wie ein Stern" (Like a Star). Her final breakthrough came in 1999 with the German preselections for the Eurovision Song Contest. Read more on Last.fm
Corinna May (10 October 1970 in Bremen, Germany) is a singer from Germany. As a child she was already used to music; her father had a huge collection of jazz albums. Soon Corinna started singing in a school choir and a gospel choir. After several talent competitions Corinna May could release her first album in 1997; it was a jazz album, produced by herself. Two years later she released an album called "Wie ein Stern" (Like a Star). Her final breakthrough came in 1999 with the German preselections for the Eurovision Song Contest.

She won but her song “Hör den Kindern einfach zu” (Let the children be heard) was disqualified because it was already released on an album by someone else. Her second try was in 2000 with the song “I Believe in God”, but now she reached the second place. Third time lucky in 2002. With the song “I Can’t Live Without Music” she represented Germany in the Eurovision Song Contest 2002. Corinna May is blind.

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