Apollo 3 (Band)

Apollo 3 is a German band that is composed of three members Henry Horn ( * June 25, 1997 ), Marvin Schlatter (born 25 August 1996) and Dario Flick ( born January 5, 1997) is composed.

  • 2.1 albums
  • 2.2 Singles
  • 2.3 Miscellaneous

Band History

2006-2009: Foundation and start of career

The band members come from Cologne and played at the age of nine years together. They went up to the third class in a common class. With ten years of their class teacher became aware of them, but made contact with the songwriter and music producer Niko Floss ago. Their debut album, "Apollo 3" ( the same name with the band name ) was published by the major label Sony Music Entertainment on 8 May 2009 and includes, inter alia, the song superheroes, which was used as the theme song of the movie The Crocodiles. At the time of publication, the band members were 11 (Henry) and 12 ( Marvin and Dario ) years old. It appeared for the single superhero a music video that plays in a movie theater. It can also be seen clips from the film The Crocodiles. The single reached number 35 and the album place in the charts 33

On 19 June 2009, the second single released from the album launch, which reached the 84 position in the German charts.

2010: Second album in 2010 and participation in the movie

On 12 March 2010 the second album of the band in 2010, which in addition to 10 old songs from the previous album contains only 4 new songs appeared. Two of these songs were released as a single. The single chaos appeared on 9 April 2010 and Invulnerable on August 13, 2010.

In the football film Teufelskicker by Frauke Nahrgangs books and radio plays, the members each played a role. Henry played the title character Moritz while Marvin and Dario The Supporting Cast Shadow and Alex played. As the song title music Diabolique from the album was used.

2011: theme music for a movie

As the title song for the movie Dandelion - The cinema adventure appeared the song -flyer, which was released on 6 May 2011 as a single. Furthermore, it was used the song adrenaline from the first album in the movie.

2012-2013: Third album celebration your life

In 2012, the songs were limit and we then see the sea as a precursor to the upcoming album at concerts presented. The latter appeared in the summer of 2013 as a single, but in a version without the vocals of Marvin. On September 13, 2013 was released as a single precursor, a third party your life where no vocals by Marvin is also available. On 27 September 2013, the same month the eponymous album celebration appeared your life. The album is different from the previous albums, not only on the style of music, but also to the voice of the singer Henry as by the singing of Marvin, who sings of 13 songs only in a. Celebration of your life, the second single from her 2013er Album, was to RTL2 in September 2013 - chosen as " Berlin Day & Night " campaign song.

2014: appearances and tour

In the scripted reality show - 50667 Cologne in early 2014 the band had a guest appearance. They played in the mission of a concert in a club. It was to see a performance with the song celebrate your life.

In February 2014 the band played their "Celebration Your Life " tour in the cities of Berlin, Munich and Cologne.

Discography

Albums

  • Apollo 3 (2009 )
  • 2010 (2010)
  • Celebration of your life (2013 )

Singles

  • Superheroes (2009)
  • Launch (2009)
  • Chaos (2010)
  • Invincible (2010)
  • High-flyer (2011)
  • We then see the sea (2013 )
  • Celebration of your life (2013 )

Others

  • Since her first song " Super Heroes" in the film The Crocodiles was the theme music, Apollo 3 shooting with Leonie Tepe (Mary), which also plays a crocodile, the right music video for the song.
  • 2007: Henry Horn plays in a series of Alarm for Cobra 11 - The Motorway Police a guest role.
  • In the children 's and youth series Schloss Einstein the band had a guest appearance as a judge.
  • They were about eight weeks the prominent faces of the RTL2 "it's fun " campaign.

Pictures of Apollo 3 (Band)

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