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Nena's first solo album Wunder gescheh'n was released on 5 November 1989.
The title track (German for "Miracles Happen"), composed by Nena herself, relates to the fact that Nena was at the time pregnant with twins, but release of the album that appeared just four days before the fall of the Berlin Wall (on 9 November) and the fact that she performed the song at the end of the Konzert für Berlin three days later has ever since associated it with that historic event.
In March 2015 Nena promoted the release of the Oldschool album with a "club tour" of 16 smaller venues (for 200 to 700 people) including her former primary school.
Later in 2015 Nena announced her intention to perform live in the US for the first time by way of a similar "club tour", which was initially planned for the spring of 2016 before taking place as a 3-date "mini tour" in September and October.
However, for the first time in Nena's career, another track from the album ("Magie"), which was not released as a single, crept into the lower echelons of the German singles chart solely by virtue of downloads.
In 2003, Nena took the stage during the Howard Jones 20th Anniversary concert at the Shepherd's Bush Empire in London to sing "99 Luftballons", with both German and English lyrics.
Gabriele Susanne Kerner (Nena) was born on 24 March 1960 in Hagen, North Rhine-Westphalia, West Germany while her family lived in the nearby town of Breckerfeld.
She spent the earliest part of her childhood in Breckerfeld and later lived in Hagen.
In 2011, she contributed vocals to the track "Let Go Tonight" by Kevin Costner and Modern West.A dance version of "Just a Dream" was released in the 1990s to a new audience and became a club anthem.The band split in 1987, and Nena went solo thereafter.It was to prove to be her last major hit of the 20th century as throughout the 1990s her albums and singles – although often critically acclaimed – were less commercially successful.In 1993, following the indifferent performance of her second solo album Bongo Girl, Sony decided not to renew Nena's recording contract, and the label which distributed her third, RMG Music Entertainment, disappeared shortly afterwards.