Austria was represented by Global Kryner with the song "Y así" in the Eurovision Song Contest 2005, held in Kiev, Ukraine. Global Kryner is an Austrian folk group consisting of Sabine Stieger on vocals, Karl Rossmann on trumpet, Christof Spörk on clarinet, Anton Sauprügl on accordion, Edi Köhldorfer on guitar and Sebastian Fuchsberger on trombone. Global Kryner had introduced themselves in August 2004 by playing a midnight gig at the Munich Lustspielhaus before a curious audience of just 100 people. In 2004, their first album made it into the Austrian top 40.

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  • Austria was represented by Global Kryner with the song "Y así" in the Eurovision Song Contest 2005, held in Kiev, Ukraine. Global Kryner is an Austrian folk group consisting of Sabine Stieger on vocals, Karl Rossmann on trumpet, Christof Spörk on clarinet, Anton Sauprügl on accordion, Edi Köhldorfer on guitar and Sebastian Fuchsberger on trombone. Global Kryner had introduced themselves in August 2004 by playing a midnight gig at the Munich Lustspielhaus before a curious audience of just 100 people. In 2004, their first album made it into the Austrian top 40. (en)
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  • Austria was represented by Global Kryner with the song "Y así" in the Eurovision Song Contest 2005, held in Kiev, Ukraine. Global Kryner is an Austrian folk group consisting of Sabine Stieger on vocals, Karl Rossmann on trumpet, Christof Spörk on clarinet, Anton Sauprügl on accordion, Edi Köhldorfer on guitar and Sebastian Fuchsberger on trombone. Global Kryner had introduced themselves in August 2004 by playing a midnight gig at the Munich Lustspielhaus before a curious audience of just 100 people. In 2004, their first album made it into the Austrian top 40. (en)
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  • Austria in the Eurovision Song Contest 2005 (en)
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