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Tina Rainford

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Born as "Christa Zalewski" in Berlin, Germany, on December 25, 1946, Tina Rainford launched her career as a schlager singer during the early 1960s, eventually earning her biggest hit with the international single "Silver Bird" in 1976. A talented singer since childhood, she performed for American soldiers in Berlin at five years old and signed a record contract with Ariola while still a teenager. Working with Drafi Deutscher, she made her debut with 1963's "No More School," which was released under the pseudonym "Peggy Peters." She continued recording new material with various duos and trios for more than a dozen years, releasing those songs under band names like The Sweetles, The Petras, and PTN. Reconvening with songwriter Drafi Deutscher during the mid-1970s, she adopted the stage name of Tina Rainford and released "Silver Bird" in 1976. "Silver Bird" was recorded in two different languages, with both versions becoming significant hits. The song peaked at Number 2 in Switzerland, Number 5 in both Austria and Germany, and Number 25 on the American country charts. A follow-up single, "Charly Boy," climbed to Number 14 in Germany in 1977, but Rainford's hits dried up during the 1980s, leading to her decade-long hiatus from the music industry. She resumed releasing new music with 1994's "Why Don't You Hug Me Again?" and remained active well into the 2000s, maintaining her audience with latter-day albums like 2006's Gold Right and 2016's When Ladies Meet.

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