When you think of German stars who have gone abroad and especially the United States to do something, you automatically to Heidi Klum (37) and Diane Kruger (34) in memory. However, the supermodel and actress Trojans are far from everything. Many musicians have already begun in the U.S. and celebrate significant successes.
In particular, the shock-rocker of Rammstein and Tokio Hotel are some of the known German exports and ensure the sale of concert tickets in the U.S. and the rest of the world. Although the two bands almost exclusively sung in German and addressed much later to try his luck with the English language - but so could build on recent successes - they are very well received by the public. An award all gave birth to Rammstein, when David Lynch took his song "Heirat mich" and "Rammstein" for the soundtrack of his film "Lost Highway."
Tokio Hotel Magdeburg even have done: In the summer of 2008 he toured the U.S. and slipped into the official Billboard charts. [...]
Even at the MTV Music Awards received the award in the category "Best New Artist." [...]
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