G.G. Anderson Germany
G.G. Anderson G.G. Anderson looms large among the most successful German pop composers of the rock era, authoring an enormous catalog of hits for acts including Axel Becker, Mireille Mathieu, and Rex Gildo in addition to mounting his own career as a singer. Born Gerd Günther Grabowski in Eschwege on December 4, 1949, he first pursued a career as an electrician, but in the late '60s singed on as the singer with the group the Blue Moons, which issued a series of Beatles-inspired singles before splitting.