Christian Brøns

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Christian Brøns
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Christian Brøns in 2010
Background information
Birth name Christian Brøns Petersen
Born (1977-01-24) January 24, 1977 (age 37)
Origin Kagerup, Helsinge, Denmark
Genres Pop
Occupations Singer
Years active 2011 – present
Associated acts Patrik Isaksson

Christian Brøns Petersen (born in Kagerup, Helsinge, Denmark on January 24, 1977) is a Danish singer.

In 2001, Christian took part in the first season of TV Danmark's reality television series Big Brother but withdrew in protest. Shortly after he signed with Spin Music releasing his debut album Du kan gøre hvad du vil in 2001. The title track from the album was chosen as the Best Hit on Denmarks P3 radio station. It is a cover version of a song written by Patrik Isaksson in 1999. Next single was "Tilbage hvor vi var", a duet between Christian Brøns and Patrik Isaksson and another major hit. Consequently Christian Brøns won two Danish Music Awards for "Best Newcomer" and "Best Pop Album".

The follow-up album Opfølgeren Velkommen in 2002 was certified gold on Universal Music. In 2006, he released his third album Turist and after an absence of 4 years the album Det løser sig on ArtPeople label.

In Christian Brons took part with Patrik Isaksson in Dansk Melodi Grand Prix with the duet "Venter" (meaning "Waiting" in Danish) written by the two in a bid to represent Denmark in the Eurovision Song Contest coming third overall. On 23 January 2012 Brøns released his fifth album Under overfladen with Black Pelican/Sony Music.



  • 2001: Du kan gøre hvad du vil (Spin Music)
  • 2002: Velkommen til Begyndelsen (Universal)
  • 2006: Turist (Yessir Music)
  • 2010: Det løser sig (ArtPeople)
  • 2012: Under overfladen (Black Pelican/Sony)


Year Song Peak
2001 "Tilbage til hvor vi var"
(Christian Brøns & Patrik Isaksson)
2010 "Bedst når vi er to"
(Christian Brøns)
2012 "Venter"
(Christian Brøns & Patrik Isaksson)
Featured in
  • 2011: "Du er den" (Denz feat. Christian Brøns)


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