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Roko Kohlmeyer

b. Robert Kohlmeyer, Germany. Kohlmeyer got a pastime in music from an extremely early age, carrying out as a vocalist at age six and 2 yrs down the road trumpet. The next year he attempted acoustic and electrical guitars and, while still just a 12-year-old schoolboy, he shaped his first music group, the Bunnies. In 1979, he shaped a professional music group, Acceleration Limit, which remained collectively for five years, producing two albums and many singles on the way. In 1982, he opened up his own documenting studios, creating a protected and lasting status in the music business for top quality productions. In 1986, he was performing and playing acoustic guitar with melodic rock and roll work JoJo, and he also founded his own music group Roko like a name to become reckoned with. The line-up on 1990’s self-titled debut comprised Kohlmeyer (acoustic guitar, vocals), Ricky Lee (drums), André Pasquier (bass), Marc Bugnard (lead acoustic guitar), and Jürgen Beitel (keyboards). Open up Invitation and CONSIDER Tomorrow were documented without Beitel, while 1997’s Dream was essentially a Kohlmeyer single release. Lots of the tracks performed by Kohlmeyer are his personal compositions and his albums have already been perfectly received, especially in Germany.