German musicians who were born in 1959

Here are 21 famous musicians from Germany were born in 1959:

Christian Thielemann

Christian Thielemann (April 1, 1959 Berlin-) also known as Thielemann, Christian is a German conductor.

His albums: Der kleine Hörsaal: Dirigieren mit Christian Thielemann, , Brahms: Symphonie No. 1 / Beethoven: Ouvertüre Egmont, , Symphonies Nos. 5, 7, 9 Symphonies, Requiem, Parsifal and .

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Andreas Delfs

Andreas Delfs (August 30, 1959 Flensburg-) is a German conductor and music director.

His discography includes: and Sacred Songs.

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Dieter Falk

Dieter Falk (December 5, 1959 Siegen-) a.k.a. Falk, Dieter is a German composer, keyboard player, record producer and pianist.

His discography includes: Volkslieder, A Tribute to Paul Gerhardt and Falk+Sons Celebrate Bach. Genres: Jazz and Pop music.

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Keith Olbermann

Keith Olbermann (January 27, 1959 New York City-) a.k.a. Keith Olberman or Keith Theodore Olbermann is a German journalist, commentator, tv personality, sports commentator and actor.

He is best known for his political commentary, having hosted shows on MSNBC and Current TV. Olbermann's career began in sports journalism, where he served as a sportscaster for several major networks, including ESPN and ABC. He is also an accomplished author, having written several books on a variety of topics. Olbermann is known for his outspoken personality and often controversial opinions, which have made him a polarizing figure in the media. Despite this, he has remained a popular and influential voice in political and journalistic circles.

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Jun Märkl

Jun Märkl (February 11, 1959 Munich-) is a German conductor.

His albums include Debussy: Orchestral Works, Vol. 7, Debussy: 24 Préludes, , Orchestral Works • 1, , Piano Concertos and Nico Muhly: Cello Concerto / Ernest Bloch: Schelomo: Hebraic Rhapsody for Cello and Orchestra / Three Jewish Poems.

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Salome Kammer

Salome Kammer (January 17, 1959 Nidda-) otherwise known as Kammer, Salome is a German actor, singer and cellist.

Her albums include Music for Eight.

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Sabine Meyer

Sabine Meyer (March 30, 1959 Crailsheim-) also known as Meyer, Sabine is a German clarinetist.

Discography: DIE ZEIT Klassik-Edition 04: Sabine Meyer spielt Mozart und Weber, Mozart: Clarinet Quintet K. 581 / Allegro in F major, K. 580b | Brahms: Clarinet Quintet in B minor (Carmina Quartet, clarinet: Sabine Meyer, basset horn, clarinet: Wolfgang Meyer), Mozart: Clarinet Quintet in A major / Weber/Küffner: Clarinet Quintet: Introduction, Theme & Variations, West Side Story Symphonic Dances / Facsimile / Divertimento, Clarinet Concertos, Volume 1, , , Flute Concerto no. 2 / Concertante for Flute and Clarinet / Fantasia for Clarinet and Orchestra, Homage to Benny Goodman and Clarinet & Flute Concertos / Wind Quintet.

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Katja Flint

Katja Flint (November 11, 1959 Stadthagen-) is a German actor. She has one child, Oscar Lauterbach.

Flint began her career in the late 1970s as a model, before transitioning to acting in the 1980s. She has appeared in numerous films and television shows, including "Anatomy" (2000), "Der Bulle von Tölz" (1996-2009), and "Die Patriarchin" (2019), among others. Flint has received several accolades for her work, including the Bavarian TV Award for Best Actress in 2004. In addition to her acting career, Flint is also an author and has published several books, including a memoir titled "Lieber wütend als traurig" (Better Angry than Sad).

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Burkhard Dallwitz

Burkhard Dallwitz (January 28, 1959 Bad Homburg vor der Höhe-) also known as Dallwitz, Burkhard, Burkhard von Dallwitz, 부르크하르트 폰 달비츠 or 버카드 본 달위츠 is a German film score composer and composer. His children are Carlotta Dallwitz and Felix Dallwitz.

His discography includes: The Truman Show: Music from the Motion Picture and The Way Back. Genres he performed include Film score.

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Hella von Sinnen

Hella von Sinnen (February 2, 1959 Gummersbach-) otherwise known as von Sinnen, Hella, Hella Kemper or Helli is a German comedian and actor.

Hella von Sinnen began her career in 1989 as part of the comedy duo, "Dolly Buster and Hella von Sinnen". She is well-known in Germany for her comedic acting and improvisational skills, and has appeared on numerous television shows, including "Kalkofes Mattscheibe", "Quatsch Comedy Club", and "Ich bin ein Star – Holt mich hier raus!". In addition to her work as a comedian and actor, von Sinnen is also an advocate for LGBT rights and has spoken openly about her own homosexuality. She has received numerous awards throughout her career, including the Goldene Kamera for Best Entertainment Program in 1994 and the Telestar Award for Best Entertainment Program in 1998.

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Clemens Bittlinger

Clemens Bittlinger (August 8, 1959 Mannheim-) also known as Bittlinger, Clemens is a German , .

His albums include .

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Ottmar Liebert

Ottmar Liebert (February 1, 1959 Cologne-) also known as Ottmar Leibert or Liebert, Ottmar is a German guitarist and composer.

His albums include Nouveau Flamenco, Poets & Angels, Christmas + Santa Fe, In the Arms of Love: Lullabies 4 Children & Adults, Inclinado en la Noche (Leaning Into the Night), Innamorare: Summer Flamenco, Nouveaumatic, Opium, One Guitar and The Best of Ottmar Liebert. Genres: New Flamenco, Jazz, New Age and New-age music.

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Michael Sagmeister

Michael Sagmeister (July 27, 1959 Frankfurt-) also known as Sagmeister, Michael is a German , .

Discography: Highlights, Conversation, Still With Me, The Silent Spectacle, Here and Now and A Certain Gift.

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Roland Grapow

Roland Grapow (August 30, 1959 Hamburg-) also known as Grapow, Roland is a German musician.

His albums include Kaleidoscope and The Four Seasons of Life. Genres he performed include Power metal.

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Blixa Bargeld

Blixa Bargeld (January 12, 1959 West Berlin-) also known as Christian Emmerich, Bargeld, Blixa, Hans Christian Emmerich, Die Einstürzenden Neubauten or Einstürzende Neubauten is a German actor, film score composer, author and singer.

His albums include Commissioned Music, To Have and to Hold, Recycled, Ghosts... of the Civil Dead, Die Sonne, Still Smiling and Spring. Genres he performed include Indie rock, Alternative rock, Dark ambient, Industrial music, Rock music, Experimental music and Avant-garde music.

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Ratko Delorko

Ratko Delorko (August 15, 1959 Hamburg-) otherwise known as Mario-ratko Delorko or Delorko, Mario-ratko is a German , .

His albums: Concertos for Piano Nº 11, 12 & 5 (Vestic Chamber Orchestra feat. piano: Mario-Ratko Delorko).

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Wolf Hoffmann

Wolf Hoffmann (December 10, 1959 Mainz-) also known as Hoffmann, Wolf is a German guitarist.

His most well known albums: Classical. Genres related to him: Heavy metal, Hard rock, Progressive metal, Speed metal and Classical music.

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Jürgen Becker

Jürgen Becker (August 27, 1959 Cologne-) is a German comedian.

Discography: Biotop für Bekloppte.

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Bettina Köster

Bettina Köster (June 15, 1959 Herford-) also known as Bettina Koster, Köster, Bettina, Mania D. or Malaria is a German film score composer, screenwriter, actor, singer and songwriter.

Genres related to her: Avant-garde music and Dark ambient.

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Thomas Quasthoff

Thomas Quasthoff (November 9, 1959 Hildesheim-) also known as Quasthoff, Thomas is a German singer.

Discography: A Portrait, The Jazz Album: Watch What Happens, Der kleine Hörsaal: Singen mit Thomas Quasthoff, Schubert: Schwanengesang / Brahms: Vier Ernste Gesänge, Tell It Like It Is, Mahler: Des Knaben Wunderhorn, Widmung: Romantische Lieder (feat. bass-baritone: Thomas Quasthoff, piano: Justus Zeyen), Die Stimme: Deutsche Opernarien (feat. bass-baritone: Thomas Quasthoff), Balladen (feat. baritone: Thomas Quasthoff) and .

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Geoff Tate

Geoff Tate (January 14, 1959 Stuttgart-) also known as Jeff Tate, Tate, Geoff or Jeffrey Wayne Tate is a German singer, songwriter, singer-songwriter and musician.

Discography: Geoff Tate, Kings & Thieves and Frequency Unknown. Genres he performed: Heavy metal, Progressive metal and Hard rock.

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