Since he was two years old, modern-day troubadour and singer-songwriter Otto Wichers has spent all his summers on the island of Vlieland in the north of the Netherlands. That was also where he performed as Lucky Fonz III for the first time. He returns to the island for a performance at Into the Great Wide Open Festival. "Lucky Fonz, that's just me without all the boring stuff and with the fun stuff in Technicolor. That's how I see it." This contemporary troubadour addresses the joy of singing and what fame means to him: "Sometimes people ask me whether being famous has bothered me. I tell them I've actually been suffering from a lack of fame for the past 26 years."
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Have you watched The Ballad of Lucky Fonz III yet? What did you think about it?