Uwe Lulis

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Uwe Lulis
Born 6 December 1965 (age 49)
Germany
Genres Heavy metal, power metal, speed metal
Occupation(s) Musician
Instruments Guitar
Years active 1986-present
Associated acts Giftdwarf
Grave Digger
Rebellion
Accept

Uwe Lulis (born 6 December 1965)[1] is a German guitarist and the key member and producer of the heavy metal band Rebellion since 2000. He also played guitar in Grave Digger[2] for about 13 years, and was co-writer of many songs during his time in the band. When he left Grave Digger he formed his band Rebellion together with ex-bassist of Grave Digger, Tomi Göttlich.

Uwe is also a known producer and owns his studio Black Solaris Studios. He has produced other bands like Wizard, Paragon, Montany etc.

In October 2008 Uwe broke his right leg in a motorcycle crash. After two surgeries his leg was getting better. Because of this, his band Rebellion used only one guitarist on their planned gigs.

Alongside two other members, Lulis left Rebellion in 2010. On December 4, 2014 Uwe joined Accept as a replacement for guitarist Herman Frank.

Discography[edit]

With Digger (1987)[edit]

With Grave Digger (1987-2000)[edit]

With Rebellion (2000-2010)[edit]

With Accept (2014-Present)[edit]

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