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Bobo (singer)

TFF Rudolstadt
Background information
Birth name Christiane Hebold
Also known as Bobo(lina)
Born (1966-05-11) May 11, 1966 (age 48)
Hohenthurm, Saalekreis, Germany
Genres Pop, folk
Instruments Vocals, guitar
Years active 1980s - present
Labels Motor Music
Traumton Records
Associated acts Bobo in White Wooden Houses

Christiane "Bobo(lina)" Herbold is a German singer of Bobo in White Wooden Houses.[1] She also contributed backing vocals to selected Rammstein songs.

Bobo in White Wooden Houses

In 1990, Bobo formed the band Bobo in White Wooden Houses with Frank Heise, who became the band's guitarist. The band's original line-up included Axel "Lexa" Schäfer on bass (until 1995 and again since 2007) and Ulli Lange on drums (until 1992). In 1995, Heise's suicide caused the band to call a hiatus, which lasted until 2004.

Work with Rammstein

Bobo provides backing vocals for several Rammstein songs. Her contributions started with Sehnsucht's "Engel", which she has also performed with the band live, as can be seen in Live aus Berlin. She can also be heard in "Nebel", from 2001 album Mutter. In 2005's, Rosenrot she sang on "Stirb nicht vor mir" in the German version of the song, which did not make the final cut, but she can be heard in the backing vocals of the English version, where the female lead was provided by Sharleen Spiteri. However, Rammstein keyboardist Flake Lorenz has claimed he preferred the German version with Bobo's vocals.


Bobo in White Wooden Houses
  • Bobo in White Wooden Houses (1991)
  • Passing Stranger (1993)
  • Cosmic Ceiling (1995)
  • Mental Radio (2007)
  • Transparent (2010)
Other projects
  • Glow (1996), as Bobo & The London Session Orchestra
  • Alaska (1998), as Bobo, unreleased
  • Licht (2001), Saal Drei featuring Bobo
  • Volkslieder (2004), as Bobo, re-released as Lieder von Liebe und Tod (2007)
  • Liederseelen (2013), as Bobo & Herzfeld


External links

  • Discogs
  • Discogs
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