BREAKING: The world’s oldest music producer “Bodo Staiger” is dead

BREAKING: The world’s oldest music producer “Bodo Staiger” is dead

The famous producer and singer died yesterday afternoon, though the cause of his death is yet to be confirmed.
(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); The German singer, producer and actor was in good health until the sad news of his death.
Staiger came into limelight in the early eighties with the electropop band group known as Rheingold (with Brigitte Kunze and Lothar Manteuffel). The band released a hit song in 1981 titled “Dreiklangs Dimensionen” which became a signature for the Die Neue Deutsche Welle scenes.
The 70 year old Bodo Staiger started his career at a tender age of eighteen in the rock ‘n’ roll band known as Harakiri together with Marius Muller.
He recorded a Rock album in the mid 1970s with the rock band Lilac angels but the album didn’t do well  so he joined the famous rock band Rheingold in 1980 which brought him to limelight.

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Beside music, Bodo acted major roles in movies and documentaries, major ones were the Der Fan and the “who is high life” documentary.

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Staiger worked as a sound engineer and producer in Düsseldorf and also participated in the production of a solo album of the former Kraftwerk member Wolfgang Flür, released under the project name Yamo.

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