Lenny Kuhr is a Dutch singer and songwriter. She started her career in 1967 and has recorded about 25 studio albums between 1969 and 2005.

She is best known for representing her country at the Eurovision Song Contest 1969 in Madrid with the song De Troubadour that she co-wrote. Even though she shared the victory with three other countries, Lenny wrote herself into the record books as the first female to write a winning Eurovision entry as well as the first female winner to accompany herself on an instrument.