15 October 1972
She was born in Montegnée, near Liège, and started singing when she was seven. At the time of her Eurovision win, she was only 13 years old, even though the lyrics of her song "J'aime la vie" ("I love life") claim her to be 15. The notes that the Swiss petitioned to have the song disqualified after her real age was revealed. Kim also represented Belgium at the Yamaha Music Festival in Tokyo during thie autumn of 1986 and sang the title song for the French animated television series Il était une fois... la vie. Kim's pop/rock CD "Make Up" was released on May 12, 2011. The CD contained songs written by famous Belgian artists like Salvatore Adamo, Dani Klein (Vaya Con dios), Ozark Henry, Anthony Sinatra (Piano Club), Jacques Duval and David Bartholomé (Sharko).
- J'aime la vie (1986, French-language)
- Bien dans ma peau (1988, French-language)
- Balance tout (1991, French-language) / Met open ogen (1991, Dutch-language)
- Les Sixties (1993, French-language) / Sixties (1993, Dutch-language)
- Onvergetelijk (1997, Dutch-language)
- Heel diep in mijn hart (1998, Dutch-language, 2-track single)
- Make Up (2011, English & French - Language)
- "Tokyo Boy" (French-language)
- "Bel me, schrijf me" (duet with Flemish Belgian singer Luc Steeno, Dutch-language)
- "Anyway the Wind Blows" (2010, English-language)
- O'Connor, John Kennedy. The Eurovision Song Contest - The Official History. Carlton Books, UK. 2007 ISBN 978-1-84442-994-3
- Houbrechts, Dirk (December 2001). "Sandra Kim". The Belgian Pop & Rock Archives. Flanders Music Centre.
- "Sandra Kim" (DUTCH LANGUAGE). Eurosong nieuwsbrief. DGW Internet Solutions. Retrieved 2008-01-10.
|Awards and achievements|
with "La det swinge"
|Winner of the Eurovision Song Contest
with "Hold Me Now"
with "Laat me nu gaan"
|Belgium in the Eurovision Song Contest
with "Soldiers of Love"
- Sandra Kim's official website (English version)
- Website about Sandra Kim's discography (French - Dutch - English)
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