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His “Smurf Song” made Pierre Kartner, also known as Vader Abraham, a star. As his family has now announced, the Dutchman died earlier this week.

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Dutch pop singer Vader Abraham, best known for his “Smurf Song”, has died.

Father Abraham is dead

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The singer and composer, whose real name is Pierre Kartner, died at the age of 87, the Dutch news agency ANP said on Friday, citing a family spokesman.

His 1977 released Smurf song – officially: “The Song of the Smurfs” – made him famous. More than 25 million records have been sold worldwide. Another big international hit was “The Little Pub”, which appeared in more than 200 cover versions. In Germany it was sung by Peter Alexander.

Kartner was also very popular in Germany and often appeared in TV programs such as “Aktuelle Hitparade”. In the last years of his life he lived in seclusion in Breda. According to media reports, he died on Tuesday.

Source: Stern

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