Eddy Christiani

Born 21 April 1918. Died 24 October 2016
Eddy Christiani
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Eddy Christiani

Eddy Christiani Biography (Wikipedia)

Eduard "Eddy" Christiani (21 April 1918 – 24 October 2016) was a guitarist, singer, and composer from the Netherlands. He was best known for songs like Zonnig Madeira (1938), Ouwe Taaie (1943), Op De Woelige Baren (1948), Kleine Greetje Uit De Polder (1950), Spring Maar Achterop (1952), Daar Bij De Waterkant and Rosemarie Polka (1953). In 1961 he reached the 82th position with his Spanish-language song Sucu Sucu (1961)

He reminisced about his tricky experiences in the Netherlands of both performing for the occupying Nazis and as a resistance supporter in the TV documentary series The World at War (Episode: Occupation: Holland 1940-1944).

In 2008, his song "Rhythm for You" was included in the video game Fallout 3.

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