Dschinghis Khan

Dschinghis Khan
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Dschinghis Khan (German pronunciation: [ˌdʒɪŋɡɪs ˈkaːn]; "Genghis Khan") was a German Eurodisco pop band. It was originally formed in Munich in 1979 to compete in the Eurovision Song Contest with their song "Dschinghis Khan". The original group led by original members Henriette Strobel and Edina Pop ended in 2020 after the death of fellow member Johannes Kupreit, while a more current version of the group led by original member Wolfgang Heichel and Stefan Track (who replaced the deceased Louis Potgieter in the 2005 reunion concert) has been active since 2018.

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Previous membersHenriette Strobel Edina Pop Steve Bender (deceased) Louis Hendrik Potgieter (deceased) Leslie Mándoki Johannes Kupreit (deceased)
MembersStrobel/Pop lineup Claus Kupreit Lam Virat Phetnoi Angelika Erlacher Jan Großfeld Heichel/Track lineup Wolfgang Heichel Stefan Track
Years of activity1979–1985, 1986, 2005–present

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