Dario Campeotto was born on February 1, 1939 in Frederiksberg, Copenhagen to Italian parents, Emma and Ernesto Campeotto.
He started performing at the age of ten, but his breakthrough was a victory in the Dansk Melodi Grand Prix in 1961 with the song 'Angelique', which went on to finish fifth in the Eurovision Song Contest. The song is a love ballad directed towards one Angelique, with Campeotto singing about the various things he would do for her if he had the skill - such as writing poetry if he were William Shakespeare or playing the violin if he were Yehudi Menuhin.
Following Angelique, Dario Campeotto released a number of records,
starred in theatrical play, operettes, revues, and movies. He has been married twice and once lived in Italy with his
former wife, actress Ghita Nørby, but returned to Denmark where he is
currently continuing his career.
My collection: 7" single no. 5660 Found: Record fair, Utrecht, November 23, 2014 Cost: 2 euro Tracks: 'Angelique' / 'Du er min kaerlighed'