Madeline Juno
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Background information
Birth name Madeline Obrigewitsch
Born (1995-08-11) 11 August 1995 (age 24)
Origin Offenbur, Germany
Genres Pop, pop rock, piano rock
Instruments Vocals, piano, guitar
Years active 2013–present
Labels Universal Music Group

Madeline Obrigewitsch (born 11 August 1995), better known by her stage name Madeline Juno, is a German singer-songwriter. She released her first single "Error" in November 2013.

Early lifeEdit

Madeline Juno was born on 11 August 1995. Her father is a drummer and her mother is a pianist. She grew up in Offenburg-Griesheim in the Black Forest in Germany. She graduated from Realschule in 2012 and went to Gymnasium in Lahr. When she was 6, Madeline Juno was taught to play piano by her mother. At the age of 12, she started playing guitar and writing her own songs.


Madeline Juno recorded her first songs and uploaded them on YouTube when she was 14. In October 2012, she went on tour with Tom Beck, and in September 2013, she was on tour with Philipp Poisel. In 2013, Juno signed a record deal with Universal Music Group. Juno's first single Error premiered on 14 September 2013 on YouTube. The single was officially released on 1 November 2013. Two weeks after its release, the single entered the German charts at position 63. Her first album called The Unknown was originally scheduled to be released in January 2014, but that date was postponed to 7 March 2014. Juno performed her song Error on 23 November 2013 in the television show Verstehen Sie Spaß?. She was one of the eight acts to compete in Unser Song für Dänemark, the German national final for the Eurovision Song Contest 2014 in Denmark. There she performed her song Like Lovers Do but she was voted out after the first round. That song is also featured on the soundtrack of the film Pompeii. She was part of the German jury for the final.

On 11 August 2014, which was also her nineteenth birthday, she released a music video for the song "Always This Way".

Discography Edit

Studio album Edit

Year Title Peak chart positions Details
2013 The Unknown 24 45 Released: 7 March 2014

Singles Edit

Year Title Peak chart positions Details
2013 Error
The Unknown
50 Released: 1 November 2013
2014 Like Lovers Do
The Unknown
96 Released: 28 February 2014

Own Eurovision Song ContestEdit

Own Eurovision Song Contest 25Edit

Own Eurovision Song Contest 30Edit

Awards and achievements
Preceded by
with Echt
Liechtenstein in Own Eurovision Song Contest
Succeeded by
with The one
Preceded by
with No smoke
Liechtenstein in Own Eurovision Song Contest
Succeeded by
with Wilde rose
Preceded by
Åland Islands Krista Siegfrids
with "Can you see me?"
Winner of Own Eurovision Song Contest
Succeeded by
Poland Christina Perri
with "Human"
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