Bob Martin (singer)
Bob Martin (7 June 1922, Krasnoyarsk, Siberia – 13 January 1998, Vienna, Austria) was an Austrian singer, who was the first participant representing Austria in the 1957 Eurovision Song Contest. The first "Austrian" was Freddy Quinn who represented Germany in 1956. Martin, singing in German "Wohin, kleines Pony?" (Where to, Little Pony?), placed last in the field of ten. He received three points in total - one from the Netherlands and two from the United Kingdom. He has been especially popular in southern Austria.
- Hubert Bergmann: "Ich will nur singen ...": Österreichs Song-Contest-Pionier Leo Heppe alias Bob Martin (1922–1998) – Biography of the Month on the Homepage of the Austrian Biographical Dictionary (May 2015).
- Wohin, Kleines Pony?
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