|Birth name||Tanel Padar|
|Born||27 October 1980|
|Associated acts||The Sun, Speed Free|
Tanel Padar (born 27 October 1980) is an Estonian singer and songwriter. He is best known internationally for winning the Eurovision Song Contest 2001. Padar became famous by winning the Kaks takti ette, a biennial televised competition for young Estonian singers, in 1999.
In 1999 Padar won Kaks takti ette a televised competition for young Estonian singers.
In 2003 Padar started a rockband called Tanel Padar & The Sun, which is one of the most popular bands in Estonia.
In 2006, Tanel Padar & The Sun had the following positions in the Estonian 2006 chart (top 40): #1, #4, #12, #23, #29, #31. One of their songs also claimed the R2 Hit of the Year prize. The song "Hopelessness You" made it to the MTV World Chart Express.
Tanel Padar's older sister is singer Gerli Padar.
He was married to Katarina Kalda from 2003 until 2007.
He engaged with Lauren Villmann 2018. They have daughter Linda (2019).
- The Greatest Hits (2005)
- Veidi valjem kui vaikus (A bit louder than silence) (2005)
- 100% Rock'n'roll (2006)
- The Sun Live 2006 (2007)
- Veidi valjem kui vaikus II (A bit louder than silence II) (2007)
- Here Comes The Sun (2008)
- Unisex (2008)
- RING (2010)
- Sinu aeg (Your time) (2020)
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