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Stephan Remmler (born 25 October 1946) is a German singer, musician, and composer. He was one of three members of the German band Trio. He performed most of the vocals for the band's songs. He was a member of the band alongside Gert Krawinkel, who played the guitar, and Peter Behrens, who played the drums.
After the split of Trio in 1987, Remmler continued his musical career as solo artist, releasing various singles and albums until 1996. His work contains Schlager and drinking songs as well. His biggest hits were Keine Sterne in Athen (1986, released in English as I don't go to U.S.A. in 1987) and Alles hat ein Ende (nur die Wurst hat zwei) in 1987. His 1990s releases did tend more to rock music. Remmler left the music business in 1996 and took a ten-year break before his comeback in 2006
Remmler was born in Witten, North Rhine-Westphalia. He currently lives with his family in a town called Las Breñas on Lanzarote, Spain. He is married to an interior designer named Hilana Remmler-Raitzik and has three sons.
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