Crown of Creation (band)

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Crown of Creation
Crown of Creation 1.jpg
Background information
Origin Hannover, West Germany
Genres Pop music, Synthpop[1]
Years active 1985[2]–1998, 2009-present
Labels ContraPunkt
Associated acts Rick J. Jordan, X-Perience
Members Matthias Blazek
Anne Crönert
Thomas Czacharowski
Adrian Lesch
Past members Nicole Knauer, Olaf Oppermann, Nicole Sukar

Crown of Creation is a band from Hannover, Germany. With their music style they developed their own style: pop music with strong trance influences, to the classic, distinctive voice of Anne Crönert.


Crown of Creation have been founded in 1985. For the band name Crown of Creation was the album "Crown of Creation" by Jefferson Airplane godfather.

The band had begun in Großmoor (municipality of Adelheidsdorf) and moved to Hannover in 1987. After numerous line-up changes and many recordings, the band went into the studio of Rick J. Jordan (Scooter) in 1993 with Nicole Sukar and picked up, with the help of the record producer Herman Frank (Victory), the debut CD "Real Life". Following the publication (1994), Olaf Oppermann was the band's guitarist.

In 1994 and 1995, the band was in the department of Seine-et-Marne, near Paris, on tour. 1998 there was the dissolution of the band. After 11 years of absence Crown of Creation found in 2009 together again, in the last line with the new singer Anne Crönert.

In 2010, the CD EP "Darkness in your Life" was produced and in conjunction with the Dance Factory from Lachendorf was developed a video production. From the 8th and 11 May 2010 ran over several weeks, a series with the story of the Crown of Creation in the "Wathlinger Bote" and the "Wathlinger Echo", in which were presented the facts and news from the past 25 years, year after year.

For Christmas 2010, gave the band their hometown of Hannover, the song "At Christmas Time".[3]

The children of the choir of the primary school of Adelheidsdorf were with the band in August 2011 in a studio in Hannover to sing the chorus of "Child's Eyes" and three German-language passages.[4] Crown of Creation contributed in 2012 a new and unreleased song to the charity compilation "Made in Ce(lle)" in favor of children's hospice work and even worked with the lead in the production and marketing of the sampler.

In 2013, the CD maxi "With the Rhythm in my Mind" has been released.[5] On this occasion, the video production company emovion has produced the video of the main title and of "Child’s Eyes".[6]

Band members[edit]

  • Anne / Anne Crönert (voice)
  • Matze / Matthias Blazek (synthesizer)
  • Thomas / Thomas Czacharowski (synthesizer)
  • Adrian / Adrian Lesch (synthesizer)

Former members[edit]

  • Michaela Rutsch (voice – 1986)
  • Bobby / Anja Wieneke (voice – until 1987)
  • Sabine Mertens (voice 1987–1988 and 1990)
  • Mussi / Mustafa Akkuzu (guitar 1987–1988)
  • Frank Pokrandt (voice 1988)
  • Claudia Rohde (voice 1988–1989)
  • Andreas Harms (guitar 1988–1989)
  • Thomas Richter (bass 1988–1989)
  • Dirk Schmalz (guitar 1989)
  • Angela Thies (voice 1990)
  • Martin Zwiener (synthesizer 1992)
  • Nicole Sukar (voice 1992–1994)
  • Nicole Knauer (voice 1993–1998)
  • Oppi / Olaf Oppermann (guitar 1994–2010)


  • 1994: Real Life (ContraPunkt)
  • 1998: Crown of Creation meets Friends (Self publishing)
  • 2001: Paulinchen (with Memory)
  • 2003: Berenstark 10 (with When Time is lost)
  • 2004: Berenstark 11 (with Friends)
  • 2010: Abstürzende Brieftauben – TANZEN (with When Time is lost)
  • 2010: CD EP Darkness in your Life
  • 2011: W.I.R. präsentiert: Celle's Greatest (with Regrets)
  • 2012: Celle's Integrationsprojekt präsentiert: Made in Ce (with Run away and the unpublished Vampires in the Moonlight), sampler dedicated to the Children’s hospice in the Landkreis Celle
  • 2013: CD maxi With the Rhythm in my Mind


  • Matthias Blazek: Das niedersächsische Bandkompendium 1963–2003 – Daten und Fakten von 100 Rockgruppen aus Niedersachsen. Celle 2006, pp. 46–47. ISBN 978-3-00-018947-0
  • 25 Jahre Crown of Creation 1985–2010. Musikszene Hannover – Ein Bilderreigen. Adelheidsdorf 2010
  • Matthias Blazek and Wolfgang Evers: Dörfer im Schatten der Müggenburg. Self Publishing, Celle 1997, pp. 563–564


  1. ^ Blazek, Matthias. Das Niedersächsische Bandkompendium 1963–2003. Matthias Blazek. pp. 46–47. ISBN 978-3-00-018947-0. 
  2. ^ "Crown of Creation Band-History". Retrieved 2014-04-23. 
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  5. ^ Retrieved 2013-11-20.
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