Luca Hänni Biography Luca Hänni
Luca Hänni is a Swiss singer-songwriter and model. He is best known for winning season 9 of Deutschland sucht den Superstar in 2012. He will represent Switzerland in the Eurovision Song Contest 2019 with the song “She Got Me”.
Luca Hänni Age
Luca is 24 years old as of 2018. He was born on 8 October 1994 in Bern, Switzerland
Luca Hänni Early life
Hänni was born in Bern, Switzerland. During his time in kindergarten, Hänni received drum lessons. At the age of nine, he taught himself playing the guitar and piano. After finishing school, he began the training as a bricklayer, which he stopped in 2012, in his second training year, in favor of his music career
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- Marianne Schmid
- Annina Hänni
- Cyril Schmid
- Andreas Hänni
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Luca Hänni First musical achievements
His first single is called ‘Don’t Think about Me’, which is composed by Dieter Bohlen. It was published on 2 May 2012. After four days, the single reached gold status in Switzerland and took number one on the charts in Germany, Austria, and Switzerland. So, Hänni was the first Swiss citizen to reach No. 1 on the German Charts after 52 years.
His debut album My Name Is Luca was released on 18 May 2012 and placed at No. 1 in Austria and Switzerland and No. 2 in Germany in the album charts. The album was awarded gold in Switzerland and Austria. On 4 May 2012, his first music video was released to the song “Don’t Think about Me”. The video was shot in Denmark on the island of Rømø on 30 April 2012. It was directed by Nikolaj Georgiew. After the publication of the video, it set a new record on the video portal Clipfish with more than 600,000 views on the day of the premiere.
His second single ‘I Will Die for You’ was published on 24 August 2012. The video shot to this song was directed by Oliver Sommer (AVA Studios) in Barcelona one month earlier. On 10 August 2012, the video celebrated its first run on ClipFish. The Maxi-CD included, additionally to the original version of Dieter Bohlen and the new song Oh No No, two remixes of the Swiss DJ and music producer Mike Candys.
For the remix Mike Candys 2012 Edit a video clip was published on ClipFish on 23 August 2012. The single reached number 54 in the German charts, number 46 in the Austrian charts and number 37 in the Swiss charts. His first tour, Luca Hänni & Band – Live on Tour, began in Hoyerswerda on 1 October 2012. It included 32 concerts in Germany, Austria, and Switzerland and ended in Dresden on 20 November. Due to high demand in Switzerland additional concerts in Zurich, Uetendorf and Amriswil were recognized. Hänni played three concerts in Zurich and two in Uetendorf.
In March 2013, Hänni received the music award ‘Swiss Music Awards’ in the category ‘Best Breaking Act National’. In the same month, he was nominated for the German music award ‘Echo’ in the category Newcomer International. Hänni also received a nomination for the Kids’ Choice Award in the category favorite star: Germany, Austria, and Switzerland. He won this international audience award and got it handed over in the awards ceremony in Los Angeles on 23 March 2013.
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Luca Hänni Other Work
In June 2012, the Swiss trading company ‘Migros’ engaged Luca Hänni for its men’s underwear brand Nick Tyler as a testimonial. In this context, the company published a series of underwear for the man with the name Nick Tyler by Luca, for which Hänni worked as a model. Moreover, there was a women’s collection which was called Luca’s Favorite Edition. The cooperation with Migros also involved commitment in the context of support for children, as for example during the Grand Prix Migros-finals on April 4, 2014, in Arosa for Hanni.
On 24 August 2012, Hänni opened the auditions to tenth season of Deutschland Sucht den Superstar in his native city Bern, for which he was seen in an advertising campaign since July 2012. In December 2012, Hänni presented the RTL II program BRAVO The Hits 2012 – The Show. At the 11th Wok World Championships 2013 in Oberhof, Hänni was a driver and finished at 6th place with the Swiss four-man wok team. The last project was with the Swiss DJ Christopher S in 2014. The project had several club appearances and toured through Germany, Austria, and Switzerland.
The album Dance Until We Die, which was released in April, reached No. 6 in the Swiss album charts. A piano version of the song ‘I can’t get any sleep’ (only Luca and the piano), from the current album, was released worldwide in early September 2014. In close cooperation with the DKMS (German Bone Marrow Donor Center), which he supports, Hänni wrote and published the song “Only One You” in November 2014, all proceeds will go to the DKMS. In November 2014, he supported Migros with a Christmas song, together with other Swiss musicians.
The song “Ensemble” is a charity project and supports the needy in Switzerland. On 21 November 2014, the video was released and reached platinum status. In November/December 2014 Luca participated in the new Swiss evening show ‘Battle of the orchestra’. All formations, occurring in ‘Battle of the orchestra’ were supported by a prominent and full-fledged team member. This person was integrated into the group and sang or played an instrument in the musical shows. He supported the Lucerne formation BML Talents as a prominent member and won the title.
From mid-January to February 2015 Luca was in Los Angeles. In the studio 17 Hertz in the North of Hollywood, they produced his 4th studio album. The Swiss music producer Fabian Egger produced this album in Los Angeles. There is support of some music greats like Andre Merritt (Songwriter artists such as Chris Brown, Rihanna, and Justin Bieber) or James Fauntleroy (Co-car of Justin Timberlake single “Pusher Love Girl”).
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Hi meine lieben, endlich kann ich euch sagen das ich die Schweiz am Eurovision Song Contest 2019 vertreten darf. Mein neues Musik Video zu "She Got Me" ist jetzt auf Youtube 😍🤭wie findet ihr den Song und das Video? Herzlichen Dank an mein ganzes Video-Team: Creative Director & Choreographie @indiarischko Tänzer: Tänzer @davidleibrandt @kornelpablokrol @samiahofmann @gillrequiere Kostüm: @jazzminmarschall #esc #shegotme #new #single #happy #proud
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Luca Hänni to represent Switzerland – She Got Me officially released now
Published: 7th March 2019
The Swiss 2019 Eurovision entry has now been released. It is up to “She Got Me” to bring the country back into the final that they missed out on the last four years in a row. It’s a strong song so it does look promising.
Note: The song leaked earlier today and was uploaded to YouTube illegally, but on EuroVisionary.com we do not support illegal uploads. This is why we waited for the official release.
The traditional “Die Entscheidungsshow” had been dropped in an attempt to achieve better Eurovision results. Instead, they introduced a selection process where a combination of a Swiss 100 people jury and a 21-people international jury selected the participant that would represent Switzerland at the 2019 Eurovision Song Contest.
Several former Eurovision participants were included in the international jury: Tinkara Kovač (Slovenia 2014), Ovidiu Jacobsen (Romania 2010 and 2014), Helga Möller (Iceland 1986) and Ruth Lorenzo (Spain 2014).
As one of the last countries yet to present their artist, Switzerland today finally revealed their participant and their song for this year’s Eurovision Song Contest. Listen to the song in the video below – and in case you think he looks familiar; Luca announced the Swiss points at the 2017 points. In 2016, he was one of the jury members for Switzerland. The song is written by Luca Hänni himself along with Laurell Barker, Frazer Mac, Jon Hällgren and Lukas Hällgren. This is the third song this year, Laurell Barker is credited for along with Germany and the United Kingdom. Laurell Barker is Canadian and wrote the Swiss Eurovision entry last year; Stones. In the Danish final, Barker co-wrote LeeLoo’s That Vibe.
Poor Swiss results recently
Since the introduction of semi-finals in 2004, things have been quite bad for Switzerland so it’s perfectly understandable that they felt it is time to try something new.
4 qualifications to the final and 11 failed attempts. That’s the basic facts about the newer Swiss Eurovision history (since 2004). The last time we saw the country in Saturday’s final show goes back to Sebalter’s Hunter of Stars in 2014. He charmed himself into the hearts of many Eurovision fans so expectations were high as he was one the submitted artists for the 2019 selection. Unfortunately, he was quickly eliminated.
Switzerland has been drawn into the first half of the second semi-final thus this year’s Swiss participant will compete on the 16th of May.
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