Heinz Braun

Guitar and Vocals

Heinz Braun

The BIG-HEAD. The guitar and second voice. He has a lot of hair and attracts attention because of his huge trapezoidal head. He is one of the creative brains and is an unending source of inspiration.

Full name: Heinz Braun
Position: Guitar and Vocals
Member since: 2009

Was born in the 1960s and got to hear the Beatles song “A hard day’s night” played by a teacher on his guitar in early childhood days on his first ski course. Totally thrilled by this incredible sound his wish for the next Christmas was a Beatles tape. His fascination for this music remained to this day, although over the years, of course, many other musical influences have been added, such as Rolling Stones, Oasis, Bush,...

He learned to play the guitar in school, but in his opinion more bad than right. Years later, when the Frank Yonko Band was looking for a bass player, his brother in law - who knew Heinz was musically talented - came over with a bass guitar at Christmas and told him to try to play. After playing a few notes Wolfgang was totally convinced and so he joined the band, although he never felt really comfortable with the instrument. A few years later - after a short illness-related break - he changed the instrument to play the second guitar and from then on he felt he was doing right.

Other band members

Marcel Hutter - Drummer of Redkin

Marcel Hutter


The DRUM-HEAD. The drummer. He is an eternal bachelor and enjoys life to the full during listening to music inbetween fields and wood land. Furthermore he loves to roll cigarettes and always has a cool refreshment inside his bag.

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Clemens Braun - Bassist of Redkin

Clemens Braun


The CABLE-MAN. The bass guitar. He has way too much hair and is often as chaotic as his hairstyle. He adores to wire up the equipment and cares that everybody has the perfect sound.

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Wolfgang Karl - lead vocalist of Redkin

Wolfgang Karl

Lead vocals

Mr. NICEGUY. The Voice. He has no hair but a fancy red off-road vehicle which fortifies he is a real steel-city-cowboy. Although he is a tough businessman his voice sounds as gentle and smooth as a good old bourbon whiskey.

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