Petra Frey

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Petra Frey is an Austrian singer, born on 27 June 1978 in Wattens.[1] She has released twelve studio albums and five compilation albums and participated in the Eurovision Song Contest.[1]

Biography[edit]

Frey released her debut album, Bloß Träume im Kopf in 1993. Petra represented Austria in the Eurovision Song Contest in 1994 with the song "Für den Frieden der Welt" (For the peace of the world), which came 17th in the international final. She also came second in the Austrian national final in 2003 with the song This Night Should Never End. In 2007, after a few years break, Petra returned to the schlager scene with her new album Göttlich weiblich, her first on the DA Records label. Petra attempted to represent Austria at Eurovision again in 2011, with Send A Little Smile, but she failed to qualify from the Internet semi final stage.

Her Twelfth studio album Einfach Frey was released in April 2011, and she continues to have success in the schlager market to this day.

Discography[edit]

Studio Albums

  • 1993 – Bloß Träume im Kopf
  • 1995 – Hey Du
  • 1996 – Liebst Du mich
  • 1998 – Küß mich
  • 1999 – Heiss und Kalt
  • 2001 – Geboren um Dich zu lieben
  • 2002 – Das ist mein Leben
  • 2004 – Freyheiten
  • 2007 – Göttlich Weiblich
  • 2008 – Selbstbewusst
  • 2009 – Feuer und Eis
  • 2011 – Einfach Frey

Compilations

  • 1998 – Herz im Sicht
  • 2001 – Made in Austria
  • 2003 – Meine Erfolge
  • 2003 – Nimm mein Herz
  • 2010 – Meine Besten
Preceded by
Tony Wegas
Austria in the Eurovision Song Contest
1994
Succeeded by
Stella Jones

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Petra Frey". esceurovision.com. Retrieved 18 January 2011.