German vocalist Freddy Sahin-Scholl, most widely known while the “guy with two voices,” was created Freddy Scholl in Heilbronn in 1953. Having under no circumstances fulfilled his parents, a German mom and an American soldier, he grew up within an orphanage, where his musical skill was soon found out and nurtured. Despite experiencing only a small amount of piano lessons, he held playing the piano and created his compositional abilities. At 16, Scholl became a man nurse and worked well in a medical center for another 25 years before giving up his work in 1993 and using his cost savings to record his music. He released his debut recording Carpe Diem in 1999, using the stage name “Galileo”. The self-produced work was a display for his vocal abilities, which enable him to sing both baritone and soprano, therefore permitting him to sing duets with himself. Scholl sang with Shirley Bassey at a UNESCO event and became an ambassador for the Unique Olympics. In 2003, Edsel re-released the record, and Scholl performed on the Nokia Nights the Proms concert series the same calendar year. After friends needed to convince the hesitant Scholl to participate in any way, he became the champion of the 4th period of RTL’s skill present Das Supertalent (the German edition of Britain’s Got Talent) this year 2010. Carpe Diem was re-released once more, this time around by Sony under Sahin-Scholl’s true name, hitting number 3 in the German record charts and number 4 in the Austrian graphs. Freddy Sahin-Scholl is normally married to skill agent Jasmin Sahin, who functions as his supervisor.