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Nevada Tan

Fusing melodic hard rock and roll with emotional lyrics and areas of hip-hop (i.e., rapping, turntablism), Nevada Tan shot to quick stardom using their debut recording, Niemand Hört Dich (2007), that was embraced by legions of German-speaking teens. Founded in 2002 in Neumünster, a town of approximately 80,000 in Schleswig-Holstein, the northernmost Bundesland in Germany, the music group relocated to close by Hamburg and it is made up of vocalist Frank Ziegler (aka Franky; given birth to Apr 4, 1987, in Heidelberg), vocalist/rapper Timo Sonnenschein (aka T:mo; Sept 20, 1987; Neumünster), turntablist Jan Werner (March, 1, 1988; Neumünster), guitarist David Bonk (Feb 6, 1988; Neumünster), bassist Religious Linke (aka Linke; March 11, 1987; Neumünster), and drummer Juri Schewe (November 24, 1986; Hamburg). Originally called Panik, the music group turned to Nevada Tan which, notoriously, was the name (i.e., Nevada-tan) of the 11-year-old Japanese schoolgirl who utilized a retractable blade to murder a classmate in 2004. Authorized to Vertigo, a fashionable department of Common Music, Nevada Tan produced their recognized debut in March 2007. Early in the month, the music group performed in the Dome 41, that was kept in Mannheim, and later on in the month arrived the debut solitary “Trend.” Nevada Tan’s debut recording, Niemand Hört Dich, premiered two weeks later on, on Apr 13, 2007. The recording proved broadly well-known, charting in Germany (peaking at quantity eight), Austria (quantity 21), and Switzerland (quantity 63); the singles “Vorbei” and “Neustart” been successful “Trend.” The recognition of Nevada Tan was partially enabled from the German press, especially Bravo, the most-read German-language teenager publication, and VIVA, a Berlin-based music tv route that competes with MTV Germany — both press outlets were essential early supporters from the music group. Besides followers, Nevada Tan experienced their fair talk about of critics, obviously, a lot of whom likened the music group to Linkin Recreation area, an English-language rock-rap take action that was likewise popular among teenagers.

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