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Klee (band)

Klee ( German for "clover") is a German pop band from Cologne. Named after German painter Paul Klee, the band was formed in 2002 by singer Suzie Kerstgens and musicians Sten Servaes and Tom Deininger. Klee's brand of pop music incorporates electronic as well as acoustic sounds and, in more recent years, the band has embraced chanson and schlager. Four of Klee's albums have entered the top 30 of the German albums chart.

Klee (disambiguation)

Paul Klee (1879–1940), was a German-Swiss painter.

Klee may also refer to:

  • Klee (surname), a surname
  • Klee (band), a German pop band
  • Klee Passage, a channel of water in the Marshall Islands
  • 10543 Klee (1992 DL4), a main-belt asteroid
  • KLEE-TV, a Houston TV channel now renamed KPRC-TV
KLEE

KLEE (1480 AM) is a commercial radio station serving the Ottumwa, Iowa area. The station primarily broadcasts an oldies format. KLEE is licensed to O-Town Communications, Inc., owned by Bruce Linder and Greg List. O-Town Communications has applied for an FM Translator for KLEE. The translator (K299BA) came online on October 28, 2014 on 107.7 MHz.

Klee (surname)

Klee is an uncommon surname of Old Germanic [chlēo] and Ashkenazi origins [קליי]. It means 'clover' and is perhaps a topographical name like Feldman. Variations include Kleefeld, Kleeblatt and Kleeberg.

Notable people with the surname include:

  • Paul Klee (1879–1940), German-Swiss painter
  • Alfred Klee (1875-1943), prominent Zionist leader
  • Ruth Judith Klee (1901-1942), family friend of Anne Frank
  • Bernhard Klee (born 1936), German conductor
  • Carsten Klee (born 1970), German footballer
  • Ernst Klee (1940-2013), German teacher, writer, and filmmaker of works about the Holocaust
  • Heinrich Klee (1800–1840), German theologian
  • Karl Heinz Klee (1930–2008), Austrian sports official
  • Ken Klee (born 1971), American professional ice hockey player
  • Miguel Klee (born 1977), Guatemalan foottball goalkeeper
  • Ollie Klee (1900–1977), outfielder in Major League Baseball
  • Victor Klee (1925–2007), mathematician

Many of the Klees were murdered during the Holocaust.