Born: 19 March 1944, Budapest
Died: 30 April 1974, Budapest, Hungary
His career started in Hungarian Television Song Competition, 1967.
Szécsi sang "Csak egy tánc volt" at the show
and this performance lifted him into immediate popularity,
becoming a household name in the country.
Through his creation of covers for Italian pop songs
like Sergio Endrigo's L' arca di Noé which became Kósza szél.
Trying to gain international fame, Szécsi also produced singles
released in Germany and Austria under the name Paul Moro.
He committed suicide at age 30.
His death shocked the masses of fans, creating legends, myths,
and conspiracy theories immediately after his death.