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Marcel Pavel

Marcel Pavel (born 4 December 1959, in Galați County) is a popular singer in Romania. His singing talents brought him to the top of the Romanian charts more than once. In 2002, Marcel was elected as The best male voice. His first hit was "Frumoasa mea" by Ovidiu Komornyc. His latest album is "Te vreau langa mine" (I want you near me). One of his songs: 'Unde esti?'(Where are you?) was chosen as the best song in 2001.

In 2002, he won the national selections for the Eurovision Song Contest together with Monica Anghel. Their song "Tell me why" reached ninth place, the best score ever for Romania at that time.[1]

References

  1. ^ Boaru, Sînziana (15 January 2010). "Monica Anghel şi Marcel Pavel, primul mare succes la Eurovision".  

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External links

  • Official website
Preceded by
Taxi (Romanian band)
with "The Moon"
Romania in the Eurovision Song Contest
2002
(with Monica Anghel)
Succeeded by
Nicoleta Alexandru
with "Don't Break My Heart"
Preceded by
Taxi (Romanian band)
with "The Moon"
Winner of Selecţia Naţională
2002
(with Monica Anghel)
Succeeded by
Nicoleta Alexandru
with "Don't Break My Heart"


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