Mandy Meyer

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Meyer with Unisonic at Skogsröjet festival, Rejmyre, Sweden, 2012

Armand Mandy Meyer is a Swiss guitar player best known for being a member of the hard rock band Gotthard, the progressive rock band Asia and the heavy metal band Krokus. Meyer has also worked with Cobra, Stealin' Horses and Katmandu. He was born August 29, 1960 in the town of Balcarres, Saskatchewan, Canada. The son of a Swiss dairy farmer and a Canadian mother, Meyer spent his first three years in Canada. After his parents were divorced his father took him back to Switzerland where he grew up in the house of his grandparents in Küssnacht am Rigi.[1]

He is currently working with a new band formed in by Dennis Ward and Kosta Zafiriou (from Pink Cream 69), with Michael Kiske (ex-Helloween) and Kai Hansen (Gamma Ray / ex-Helloween) which is called Unisonic.

He has also rejoined heavy metal band Krokus as their official sixth member, with the band having three guitarists from now on.[2]

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Cobra[edit]

Asia[edit]

Katmandu[edit]

Gotthard[edit]

Krokus[edit]

Unisonic[edit]

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