Since 2015, Jürgens holds the worldwide-record as the artist with the longest presence in the charts ever—more than 57 years from his first entry 1958 till 2015. On 16 December 2022, a new album consisting of his legacies was released by the children. This reached #1 on the German charts on 24 December. Thus, Jürgens has been in the German charts for more than eight decades.
Final Resting Place:
Der Wiener Zentralfriedhof
Simmeringer Hauptstraße 234, Vienna,
Grave Location:Gruppe 33 G, Grab Nr. 85
Grave Location Description
As you enter the cemetery through Tor 2 (Gate 2) drive straight ahead and look for Gruppe 32 B on your left. At the end of the section turn right and drive about 200 feet and you will see the covered piano monument to singer/songwriter Udo Jürgens on your right at the corner of Gruppe 33 G.
Grave Location GPS48.150973247780335, 16.439923139367394
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