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Stefanie Hertel

Stefanie Anke Hertel (born July 25, 1979 in Oelsnitz, Vogtland, Saxony) is a German yodeler and popular performer of Alpine folk music. She is married to trumpeter Stefan Mross, with whom she has had one daughter, Johanna (born 2001).

Hertel has won numerous prizes as a performer; her career began at the age of four when she appeared with her father Eberhard Hertel. In 1992, she won the Grand Prix der Volksmusik, which Stefan Mross had won in 1989 with Heimwehmelodie, with the song Über jedes Bacherl geht a Brückerl, having finished fifth the previous year with So a Stückerl heile Welt. In 1995, she competed together with Stefan Mross in the Grand Prix der Volksmusik with the song Ein Lied für jeden Sonnenstrahl, finishing second. She married Stefan Mross in 2006

With more than a dozen albums under her belt, including 1992's Über Jedes Bacherl Geht a Brückerl , 1993's Tausend Kleine Himmel , and 1997's Lieder zum Verlieben , the latter (and ninth overall) coming out on her 18th birthday, Stefanie Hertel is one of Germany's more famous singers of "schlager," or pop music. Daughter of folksinger Eberhard Hertel, Stefanie made her on-stage debut at age four, releasing her first album, So a Stückerl Heile Welt, in 1991. Married to trumpeter Stefan Mross , she released her 16th full-length, Liebe Hat Tausend Gesichter, in 2006. ~ Marisa Brown, All Music Guide


 Stefanie Hertel - So a Stückerl heile Welt - 1991

Stephanie Hertel und ihre papa - Das Rennsteiglied
Stephanie Hertel sings with her father


Stefanie Hertel & Stefan Mross - Fang das Licht 2006

Stephanie sings with her husband Stefan Mross





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