Vicky Leandros 1975


Greek singer Vicky Leandros, a big star on Germany’s Schlager scene, on a centrespread poster in Bravo of 15 May 1975. Though based in Germany, the polygot daughter of a well-know musician was also a star in other countries, and won the Eurovision Song Contest in 1972 with “Après Toi” for Luxembourg. It was a hit for her in the UK as “”Come What May”” and in Germany as “Dann kammst Du”. In 1967, she came fourth at the Eurovision, again for Luxembourg, with “L’amour est bleu”, later an instrumental hit for Paul Mauriat as “Love Is Blue”.

Leandros later went into local politics in Greece, with the social-democratic PASOK party.



Bravo 15 May 1975



The cover of Bravo of 15 May 1975. That week 43 years ago, Germany’s youth read about:

• Sweet’s gig in Braunschweig cut short by bomb alert
• Germany’s 12 top rock acts
• Suzi Quatro and Alice Cooper on the 60-date US tour
• Labelle in concert
• Gloria Gaynor, “Queen of the Discotheques”
• Schlager duo Cindy & Bert
• Richard Thomas (John-Boy in The Waltons) on honeymoon
• The films of Steve McQueen
• Greek singer Vicky Leandros in pictures
• Football star Franz Beckenbauer signs autographs for Bravo readers
• How Brian Jones died
• The many faces of Peter “Colombo” Falk