Véronique Müller

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Véronique Müller (born 9 February 1948, Morat) is a Swiss singer.

Biography[edit]

Before her musical career, she worked as Petula Clark's secretary. She also spent time in England where she was a pupil of Freddie Winrose, who was the producer of Shirley Bassey.

She represented Switzerland in the Eurovision Song Contest 1972 with the entry "C'est la chanson de mon amour" ("This the song of my love"), where she finished in 8th place.[1] She later co-wrote Switzerland's entry in the 1980 contest, "Cinéma", performed by Paola, which placed 4th.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Eurovision Song Contest, 1972". Billboard. 25 March 1972. p. 50. 
Awards and achievements
Preceded by
Peter, Sue and Marc
with "Les illusions de nos vingt ans"
Switzerland in the Eurovision Song Contest
1972
Succeeded by
Patrick Juvet
with "Je vais me marier, Marie"