Uwe Busse

Uwe Busse piano sheet music
Uwe Busse (born September 1, 1960 in Wuppertal) is a German pop singer, songwriter and producer. He became known in particular through his collaboration with the Flippers. Uwe Busse was the producer, composer and lyricist of the music band Die Flippers from 1985 to 2005 for numerous titles ('Die Rote Sonne von Barbados',' Lotosblume ',' Sieben Tage ',' Mexico ',' St. Tropez ',' Je t'aime means: I love you ') responsible. After he published his first single single under the pseudonym Peter Tobias in 1985, he finally achieved his breakthrough as an artist with the album Take Time to Dream at the end of the 80s.
Genres: Pop genre

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