From 1985 to 2000, Wolfgang Rohde played drums for Die Toten Hosen, among Germany’s biggest, longest-running punk bands. Whenever a car accident remaining him hurt and struggling to keep his drumsticks, Rohde (recognized to most Die Toten Hosen followers as “Wölli”) was pressured to keep the music group, with Stephen “Vom” Ritchie acquiring his place rather. Wölli spent another decade operating his personal record label, Goldene Zeiten, and financing a helping hands to more youthful German groups. Moreover, he started reinventing himself like a singer/songwriter, concentrating on his tone of voice rather than his reduced percussion abilities. A decade after his incident, he released his “single” album beneath the name Wölli und pass away Music group des Jahres, with numerous friends and users of his record label playing backup.