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Romy Haag
Romy Haag
(born January 1, 1948 as Eduard Frans Verbaarsschott in Scheveningen, The Hague, Netherlands) is a dancer, singer, actress and former nightclub manager.

Contents

1 Life 2 Discography 3 References 4 External links

Life[edit] In 1972, an American show manager offered Haag a tour booking and she performed her show "Berlin Chanson" at Fire Island, in Long Island
Long Island
and Atlantic City. There she met and fell in love with a street musician from Berlin and decided to move back to Europe to live in the German capital with him.[1] In 1974, Haag went on her first nationwide German tour with her cabaret.[2][3] Discography[edit]

1977 - Tell! (Musical with Udo Lindenberg, Alexis Korner, Su Kramer and Jürgen Drews 1981 - So bin Ich 1983 - Flugblatt 1985 - City in the night 2000 - So bin Ich (remastered) 2001 - Balladen für Huren und Engel 2004 - Reichtum-Chill-Inn-Music (Meditation) 2005 - Frauen, die ich nicht vergessen kann 2010 - Moving on

References[edit]

^ Ars Electronica - Archiv (PDF): Künstlerbiografien, 1986, PDF erstellt am 1. Juni 2004 (in German) ^ Stones rollen mit 130 Trucks an 12 Dezember 2002, Die Welt (in German) ^ Romy Haag
Romy Haag
freut sich auf ihren Ex-Freund David Bowie 3 November 2003, Die Welt (in German)

External links[edit]

Romy Haag
Romy Haag
in the German National Library
German National Library
catalogue Romy Haag
Romy Haag
on IMDb Official website (in German) Die Welt: Jochen Breiholz: Wie Onassis sich Romy angelte, 8 September 1999. Buskeismus

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WorldCat Identities VIAF: 62402063 LCCN: n78054812 GN

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