Harald Walter Bernhard Schubring (better referred to as Ted Herold) was a favorite German schlagersanger most widely known for his German-language addresses of the music of Elvis Presley. He documented his first music when he was just 16, having produced contact with the people at Polydor by way of a college chum. A full-length album’s worthy of of Elvis addresses followed immediately after, at which stage he followed the stage name Ted Herold. A full-blown agreement with Polydor-Vienna implemented, and Herold released many albums and singles through the entire past due ’50s and early ’60s. Herold was drafted in to the military in 1963; his armed forces career, combined with German public’s waning curiosity about rockabilly, signaled the finish of his profession near the top of the pops. His last one on Polydor strike shops in 1966, and Herold’s following record offer didn’t move around until he acquired a agreement with Teledec within the ’70s. He released several albums on that label through the entire ’80s. There is a resurgence appealing in Herold within the ’90s, culminating within the launch of several fresh albums in the first 2000s.