Pfuri Gorps & Kniri

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Pfuri Gorps & Kniri was a Swiss folk/blues music group consisting of Pfuri Baldenweg (born 2 November 1946), Anthony "Gorps" Fischer (born 1947) and Peter "Kniri" Knaus (born 3 March 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"