Bobbie Singer

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Bobbie Singer
Birth nameTina Schosser
Born (1981-02-22) 22 February 1981 (age 38)
OriginLinz, Austria
WebsiteBobbie Singer

Bobbie Singer (born Tina Schosser, 22 February 1981, in Linz) is an Austrian singer, best known for her participation in the Eurovision Song Contest 1999.

Singer signed a record deal in 1996 at the age of 15, and released a single, "Egoistic", but this failed to chart. In 1999 she was chosen internally by broadcaster ORF, with the song "Reflection", as the Austrian representative for the 44th Eurovision Song Contest, which took place in Jerusalem on 29 May. On the night Singer gave an engaging performance and managed a tenth-place finish of 23 entries, coincidentally Austria's fourth tenth-place showing in ten years and the country's highest placing in the 1990s.[1] "Reflection" went on to become Singer's only entry on the Austrian chart, placing at #30.[2] In 2000, she recorded "Before I Die", the theme to horror film Seven Days to Live, but this was not a commercial success.

Singer withdrew from the stage around 2005 and is currently working as a producer/music composer and is furthermore performing as a studiosinger and speaker. In 2015, she gave birth to a daughter.


  • Egoistic (1998)
  • Reflection (1999)
  • Waterfalls (1999)
  • Before I Die (1999)
  • Home (2000)


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Preceded by
Bettina Soriat
Austria in the Eurovision Song Contest
Succeeded by
The Rounder Girls