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Champagne was a Dutch pop group founded on October 15, 1976.
On a text and music producer Martin Duiser 's and Outsider-singer Wally Tax (by the Champagne-members Wally called Text) was recorded Rock and Roll Star . The second single was recorded In February 1977.Both plates scored well in the charts.
Champagne emerged from a number of coincidences. Trudy Schell and Bert van der Wiel knew each other from school, met in the Rotterdam music world and decided to form a duo. At about the same time decidedJan Vredenburg and Paulette Bronkhorst to end their work as a drummer and singer of the Orchestra with which they performed every day and to try their luck in a different way. They were brought together by producer Martin Duiser.
Paulette Bronkhorst has with singer Leida Sabee 2 singles released under the name Chica and Jan Vredenburg has made a single in 1981 with the Group Shampoo. In 1982 Jan Vredenburg Champagne decided to revive again. This time as a trio with Media: Rosina Brochard (Lady) known for her participation in the Eurovision Song Contest with the group Media: "Harmony" and they signed Jean Cariot again for two singles: Woman I know and A little Bit of Soap. both songs reached the lower regions of the charts. On June 29, 2009 is Bert van der Wiel (the mustachioed singer with glasses) after a short illness at the age of 64 died. 
Paulette Bronkhorst and Trudy Schell have both been withdrawn entirely from the music scene.
Jan Vredenburg in recent years has been touring with his band  Old Love doesn't rust in the music theatre program "De Bonte Tuesday evening train" along the Dutch theatres, writes books and owns an event agency.
- 1976 Rock And Roll Star
- 1977 Oh Me, Oh My, Goodbye
- 1977 Valentino
- 1978 Light Up My Eyes
- 1979 that's Life
- 1979 Blackjack
- 1979 roller ball
- 1980 Sjoo Sjoo Sugar
- 1980 Captain
- 1982 Woman I Know
- 1983 A Little Bit Of Soap
- 1977 Champagne
- 1979 roller ball
- 2007 The Best Of