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Lukas Hilbert

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Biography

A sensitive alt-rocker similar to the likes of Patrick Nuo and Train, Lukas Hilbert was a regular on the German Top 20 charts in the early 2000s, with hits like "Was Ich An Dir Mag" and "Kommt Meine Liebe Nicht Bei Dir An." Hilbert's success as a performer was only seconded by his success as a songwriter; he wrote a slew of Top Ten singles throughout the late '90s and early 2000s, including "Du Mußt ein Schwein Sein" (performed in 1995 by Die Prinzen) and "Fur Dich" (performed in 2003 by Yvonne Catterfeld). He maintained a fairly high profile throughout the late '90s and early 2000s, appearing as a judge on Popstars and participating in the Bundesvision Song Contest. His success continued with the release of his 2006 single "Ganze Welt," which shot to number three on the German charts.

Born:

23 December 1972 in Hamburg, Germany

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Years Active:

'00s

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