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Tommy Seebach Mortensen was a Danish singer/songwriter that made seven contributions to the Dansk Melodi Grand Prix from 1979 to 1993. He represented Denmark three times in 1979, 1981 and 1993.

Seebach was married for a number of years, but that broke down from a severe addiction to alcohol, which eventually led DR to disallow "Under stjernerne på himlen" from entering the DMGP, in case of a sabotage on stage. Seebach passed away in 2003, resulting from a heart attack aged 53, despite having overcome his addiction. His younger son, Rasmus, wrote a song about him stating how great his father was, despite his addictions.

Dansk Melodi Grand Prix

Seebach made seven appearances (six performances, one songwriting) at the Danish national heats:

  • 1979 - "Disco Tango" (Won)
  • 1980 - "Bye bye" (Performed by Lecia & Lucienne, 7th)
  • 1981 - "Krøller eller ej" (Won with singer Debbie Cameron)
  • 1982 - "Hip hurra det’ min fødselsdag" (2nd)
  • 1984 - "Pyjamas for to" (4th)
  • 1985 - "Det’ det jeg altid har sagt" (2nd)
  • 1987 - "Det’ gratis" (4th)
  • 1993 - "Under stjernerne på himlen" (Won)

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