Bavaria: music manager Hans R. Beierlein died at the age of 93

Munich (dpa / lby) - The music manager Hans R.

Bavaria: music manager Hans R. Beierlein died at the age of 93

Munich (dpa / lby) - The music manager Hans R. Beierlein died at the age of 93. This was announced by Beierlein's company Montana Musik in Munich. The manager once made Udo Jürgens a star and promoted the careers of Stefanie Hertel and Stefan Mross, among others. Beierlein died at his Munich apartment on August 5, according to an obituary published on the Montana website. At his side was Bizzi Nießlein, Beierlein's adopted daughter and Montana managing director. Previously, among other things, the "image" had reported on Beierlein's death.

Hans R. Beierlein became known primarily as the maker behind pop legend Udo Jürgens. In 1963 he had discovered the then relatively unknown Austrian singer. Three years later, Jürgens won the Grand Prix Eurovision with the song "Merci Chérie" and became a star. At the end of the 1970s, the successful duo Jürgens and Beierlein broke up and the men argued in court. 17 years later they reconciled.

Beierlein created the Grand Prix der Volksmusik in 1986, also traded football rights and introduced French stars like Charles Aznavour and Johnny Hallyday to Germany. In 2014, Beierlein stepped down and reportedly sold the rights to around 5,000 tracks that Montana owned to the music company BMG.

According to the obituary, adopted daughter Bizzi Nießlein had Beierlein's ashes buried in silence.

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