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Thomas Blug at a concert in Saarbrücken, Germany.
|Occupation(s)||Singer, songwriter, musician|
|Years active||1996 – present|
|Associated acts||Thomas Blug Band
Thomas Blug, born in Saarbrücken in 1966, is a German musician, guitarist, musical electronic engineer and composer. He also formed his own band Thomas Blug Band with whom he released three albums besides his solo albums. He has also worked with band Dreist with whom he released an album in 1997 and a live album a decade later.
- 1996: The Beauty of Simplicity
- 1998: Electric Gallery
- 2002: 21st Century Guitar
- 2011: Blug plays Hendrix (Live album)
- 2012: Thomas Blug – Best of (Compilation album CD)
- with Thomas Blug Band
- 2005: Guitar From The Hear (Live album + DVD)
- 2005: Guitar From The Heart – Live in Raalte, NL (Live album)
- 2009: Soul & Pepper
- with band Dreist
- 1997: Weiber
- 2007: Neue Zeit (live album)
|2013||"Victim of Love"
(Leonard Pospichal and Thomas Blug)
- 1997 "Best German Rock and Pop Guitarist"
- 2004 "Fender Strat(r) King of Europe"
- "Thomas Blug discography". austriancharts.at. Hung Medien. Retrieved 5 November 2013.
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