Jorgen Ingmann (born April 26, 1925) is a musician from Copenhagen, Denmark.
He worked with Svend Asmussen, the jazz violinist, during the 1940s and part of the 1950s.
During the late 1950s he changed his stage name to Jorgen Ingmann & His Guitar. Under this name he recorded "Apache" in 1961,
which charted at #4 in Canada and #2 in the United States.
Songs of his included "Tequila" (which he also recorded during the 60s, with the Champs) and a version of Pinetop Perkins' "Pinetop's Boogie
Woogie" (from 1962).
He worked as a member of the duet, Grethe og Jorgen Ingmann, together with his wife Grethe Ingmann. After winning the Danish Melodi
Grand Prix competition in 1963, they went on to represent Denmark at the Eurovision Song Contest where they won with the song "Dansevise"
(Dancing tune), music by Otto Francker and lyrics by Sejr Volmer-Sorensen.
He and Grethe met in 1955, were married in 1956, and got divorced in 1975.
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