Pfuri Gorps & Kniri

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Pfuri Gorps & Kniri was a Swiss folk/blues music group consisting of Pfuri Baldenweg (born November 2, 1946), Anthony "Gorps" Fischer (born 1947) and Peter "Kniri" Knaus (born March 3, 1945 in Aarau). The group took part in the 1978 Roskilde Festival and the 1977 & 1979 Montreux Jazz Festival. In 1979 the trio teamed up with Peter, Sue and Marc at the 1979 Eurovision Song Contest with the song Trödler und Co. (Second-handers and Co.) they finished 10th place with 60 points.[1]


  • Live, 1975
  • Montreux Live, 1977
  • Sack’n’Roll Band, 1980



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Awards and achievements
Preceded by
Carole Vinci
with "Vivre"
Switzerland in the Eurovision Song Contest
(with Peter, Sue and Marc)
Succeeded by
with "Cinéma"