Jennifer Rostock is a German rock band. They formed in 2007 out of Berlin and first rose to fame in 2008 for their performance in the German talent competition "The Bundesvision Song Contest" Jennifer Weist and Johannes "Joe" Walter-Müller are both natives of the German Baltic island Usedom, where they first met in kindergarten. Walter-Müller started to take music lessons as a five-year-old; he initially learned the violin, later he started to play the piano. At the age of 13, he met Weist again when she was singing at a karaoke show, and he invited her to join his school band. They experimented with different genres such as rock, pop, and swing. In the beginning they sang in English, later in German, and they eventually wrote their own songs. In 2004, both founded the band Aerials.
|Genres:||Rock, punk rock, electropop|
|Members:||Jennifer Weist, Johannes "Joe" Walter, Alex Voigt, Christoph Deckert, Christopher "Baku" Kohl|
|Twitter:||Jennifer Rostock's Twitter profile|
|Instagram:||Jennifer Rostock's Instagram profile|
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About Jennifer Weist
The tattooed lead singer of the German rock band Jennifer Rostock, she rose to fame when her group was signed by Warner Music in 2007, and competed on Bundevision Song Contest with their single "Kopf oder Zahl."
She first met future bandmate Joe Walter-Muller in their early teens when she was performing in a karaoke show. He invited her to join his band at the time.
The name of her band, Jennifer Rostock, came from a misunderstanding between Weist and a record label, who sent all of their correspondence to this name because it's a combination of her first name and a town near where she comes from.
She born on the German island of Usedom.
Jennifer Rostock once performed their song "Himalaya" with prolific German singer Udo Lindenberg.
Information related to Jennifer Rostock
- German punk rock groups
- Participants in the Bundesvision Song Contest