Herwig Mitteregger

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Herwig Rudolf Mitteregger (born 1953) is an Austrian musician. He became known with the Nina Hagen Band.[1] He lives in Hamburg, Germany. He was also a member of German rock band Spliff. After two albums with Nina Hagen, he founded with his mates from the Nina Hagen Band (Bernhard Potschka (Guitar), Manfred Praeker (Bass), Reinhold Heil (Keyboards), Spliff. After four records the band split up. Mitteregger released five solo albums until he moved to Spain and became a father. 2008 he returned to Germany and released Insolito.

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  1. ^ Jeffries, David. "Biography: Herwig Mitteregger". Allmusic. Retrieved 23 July 2010. 

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