Origin:
Berlin, Germany

Marianne Rosenberg (b. March 10, 1955 Berlin) is a German Schlager music singer and songwriter.

Marianne Rosenberg is the third of seven children from Auschwitz survivor Otto Rosenberg, who was a long-time advocate and representative of the Sinti and Roma peoples in Germany, a function which Marianne's sister Petra later also undertook. Marianne grew up in an artistic family, and at an age of 14, through a prize received from a talent competition, she recorded her first single "Mr. Paul McCartney," which became a great success. Her musical career was further consolidated throughout the 70s with hits such as "Fremder Mann" (Stranger), "Er gehört zu mir" (He belongs to me), "Ich bin wie Du" (I am like you), "Marleen", and "Lieder der Nacht" (Song of the Night), often making appearances on TV and Radio. She is considered one of the most successful performers of German "Schlagers" in the decades to come. Her career underwent another revival in 1989 with the hit song "I need your love tonight" from the soundtrack Rivalen der Rennabhn (Racetrack Rivals), written by Dieter Bohlen.