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Arne Jansen born (in Wieken near Gendringen in The Netherlands) on April 26th, 1951 as named Aloys Jansen. He made a career as a Dutch folk singer, begun in an accompaniment band named 'Les Cigales' and wrote songs in German language.
In the seventies and eighties of the 20th Century he had some succesfull hits in Dutch, the biggest hit is in Dutch language in 1972 with "Meisjes met rode haren" ("The girls having red hair").
Other hits like "Zeven brieven" ("seven letters")