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Emanuel Gut better known by his stage name Manu-L, is a Swiss singer and musician. The name is derived from his given name stylized in a different fashion. He is best known for being part of the musical duos, Myron and Remady & Manu-L.[1][2]



He is the vocalist and guitarist for the Swiss pop band duo Myron, a duo he formed in 2003 in Basel with songwriter, guitarist and bass player Chris Haffner. The band is signed since 2007 with Columbia Records of Sony BMG. The band has four albums and a number of charting singles and is most famous for the single "One Step Closer" that made it to number 9 in Swiss Hitparade, the official Swiss Singles Chart.

Remady & Manu-L

He has also developed a solo singing career closely collaborating since 2010 with Swiss music producer Remady. He has had a string of hits where he is featured, very notably with "Single Ladies" with Remady and J-Son reaching number 1 in 2012 in Swiss Singles Chart, going double platinum, "Somebody Dance with Me Remady 2013 Mix", a remake of DJ BoBo hit with Remady reaching number 4 and "Holidays" with Remady also in 2013 reaching number three.



As featured artist

Single Year Charts Certification Album
"Give Me a Sign"
(Remady featuring Manu-L)
2010 11 55 46 11 --
  • IFPI SWI: Gold[5]
No Superstar - The Album
"Save Your Heart"
(Remady featuring Manu-L)
2011 41 -- -- 38 --
"The Way We Are"
(Remady featuring Manu-L)
30 -- -- 60 --
"If You Believe"
(Remady featuring Manu-L)
-- -- -- -- --
"Somebody Dance with Me" (Remady 2013 Mix)
(DJ BoBo featuring Manu-L)
2013 4 -- -- -- 61 Non-album single


  1. ^ "? Energy Star Night 2016 ? Hallenstadion Zürich 25.11.2016". Energy Star Night (in German). Retrieved .
  2. ^ Abend, Blick am. "Smalltalk mit Remady & Manu-L: «Gewisse Fans gehen zu weit»" (in German). Retrieved .
  3. ^ "Manu-L discography". Hung Medien. Retrieved 2013.
  4. ^ "Manu-L discography". Hung Medien. Retrieved 2013.
  5. ^ Manu-L Certification page

See also

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