Keld Heick

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Keld Heick

Keld Heick (born 24 February 1946 in Frederiksberg) is a Danish Singer, Songwriter and musician. He is best known for his contribution to the Dansk Melodi Grand Prix, where he has submitted over 30 songs.

Dansk Melodi Grand Prix[edit]

  • 1978 - Eventyr sung by Grethe Ingmann, finished 5th in the Melodi Grand Prix
  • 1979 - Disco Tango sung by Tommy Seebach, won the national final - finished 6th at the Eurovision Song Contest in Jeruselum
  • 1980 - Bye Bye sung by Lecia & Lucienne, finished 7th in the national final
  • 1981 - Krøller eller ej sung by Tommy Seebach & Debbie Cameron, won the national final - finished 11th at the Eurovision Song Contest in Dublin
  • 1982 - Hip hurra det' min fødselsdag sung by Tommy Seebach, finished 2nd in the national final
  • 1983 - Og livet går sung by Kirsten Siggaard & Sir Henry, finished 7th in the national final
  • 1984 - Pyjamas for to sung by Tommy Seebach, finished 4th in the national final
  • 1984 - Det' lige det sung by Hot Eyes, won the national final - finished 4th at the Eurovision Song Contest in Luxembourg
  • 1985 - Det' det jeg altid har sagt sung by Tommy Seebach finished 2nd in the national final
  • 1985 - Sku' du spørge fra no'en? sung by Hot Eyes, won the national final - finished 11th at the Eurovision Song Contest in Gothenburg
  • 1986 - Mirakler sung by himself and Hilda Heick, finished 5th in the national final
  • 1986 - Sig det som det er sung by Hot Eyes, finished 4th in the national final
  • 1986 - Vil du med sung by Birthe Kjær, finished 2nd in the national final
  • 1987 - Farvel og tak sung by Hot Eyes, finished 5th in the national final
  • 1987 - Ha' det godt sung by himself and Hilda Heick, finished 6th in the national final
  • 1987 - Hva' er du ude på sung by Birthe Kjær, finished 2nd in the national final
  • 1987 - Det' gratis sung by Tommy Seebach, finished 4th in the national final
  • 1988 - Ka' du se hva' jeg sa' sung by Hot Eyes, won the national final - finished 3rd at the Eurovision Song Contest in Dublin
  • 1988 - Det' okay' sung by Henriette Lykke, finished 3rd in the national final
  • 1989 - Vi maler byen rød sung by Birthe Kjær, won the national final - finished 3rd at the Eurovision Song Contest in Lussane
  • 1989 - Sommerregn sung by himself and Hilda Heick, finished 7th in the national final
  • 1989 - Endnu en nat sung by Gry Johansen, finished 6th in the national final
  • 1990 - Hallo Hallo sung by Lonnie Devantier, won the national final - finished 8th at the Eurovision Song Contest in Zagreb
  • 1990 - Kender du typen sung by Käte & Per, failed to make it to the national final
  • 1991 - Din musik min musik sung by Birthe Kjær, finished 3rd in the national final
  • 1991 - Casino sung by Pernille Petterson, finished 6th in the national final
  • 1991 - Du er musikken i mit liv' sung by Annette Heick & Egil Eldøen, finished 4th in the national final
  • 1992 - Det vil vi da blæse på sung by himself as Sweet Keld & the Hilda Hearts, finished 5th in the national final
  • 1993 - Under stjernerne på himlen sung by Tommy Seebach, won the national final - finished 22nd at the Eurovision Song Contest in Millstreet

Heick submitted three other songs in 1993, 1996 and 1999 but they failed to get to the national final.

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