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Medrow

Medrow

Medrow


Medrow was a medieval folk band which was formed in Butzbach, Germany in 1991 by Daniel P., Markus P., Sonja S. and Martin B.. In 1995 the band was joined by the sound and light technicians Marc W. and Gregor S. and in 1996 the bass player Heiko "Hank" S. joined Medrow and completed their sound. With Martin leaving the band in 1997, the musical arrangement of Medrow changes too towards a more melodic and dynamic arrangements. In 1999 Medrow is joined by the percussionist Michael "Andu" A. Read more on Last.fm
Medrow was a medieval folk band which was formed in Butzbach, Germany in 1991 by Daniel P., Markus P., Sonja S. and Martin B.. In 1995 the band was joined by the sound and light technicians Marc W. and Gregor S.

and in 1996 the bass player Heiko "Hank" S. joined Medrow and completed their sound. With Martin leaving the band in 1997, the musical arrangement of Medrow changes too towards a more melodic and dynamic arrangements. In 1999 Medrow is joined by the percussionist Michael "Andu" A., while original violin player Sonja leaves the band and is followed by Bozena "Bo“ G.. In 2000 then, there are some changes on the bass line.

After former bass player Hank leaves the band in July, he is followed by Tobias L. for a couple of months until Stefan H. takes over the bass in October 2000. In July 2005 Medrow announces, that they will take a long pause and "travel to new musical shores".

Former singer, flute player and gituarist Daniel is now touring Germany as singer-songwriter under the name Daniel Vagant and playing in the funky-ska-rock-band sexOphonics with Medrow's former bass player and singer Stefan. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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