Artist Profile

Laura Kamhuber

Artist Profile


Laura Kamhuber

Laura Kamhuber made her first public singing appearance at the age of three in her grandmother’s nursing home. In 2010, she participated in the Austrian children’s singing contest Kiddy Contest and finished in third place. After this, she started taking singing lessons.

In 2012, she reached the semi-finals of the Austrian talent show Die große Chance. In 2013, Laura auditioned for the German version of The Voice Kids, where she reached the battle rounds. Her audition video is the most watched YouTube video by an Austrian artist with over 184 million views. In 2014, she released her debut album “Wie guat, dass i a Madl bin”.

In 2015, she made the shortlist for the wildcard round in the Austrian national final for Eurovision 2016 with the song “Stay Tonight” but did not advance to the final. In 2016, she released an EP called “Ich glaube noch an Wunder”.

She was named youth ambassador for the UNESCO Club Austria’s Gold Ribbon Campaign “Warriors and Angels” in early 2017. Later that year, she released the album “Träume”.

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Austria at the Eurovision Song Contest

Austria debuted in the Eurovision Song Contest in 1957, Bob Martin represented the country on their debut, but finished in last place scoring just 3 points. The country has gone on to finish last in the contest on 8 occasions. Austria has won the contest on two occasions, the first being in 1966 when Udo Jürgen performed “Merci, Cherie”. It was 48 years later than Austria won again when Conchita Wurst performed “Rise Like a Phoenix” scoring a total of 290 points. | Find out more about this artist and others like them at

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