Tim Bendzko Biography
Tim Bendzko is a German singer-songwriter born on 9th April 1985 in Berlin, Germany. He achieved nationwide recognition with his song “Nur noch kurz die Welt retten” and becoming the winner on the Bundesvision Song Contest.
He attended a sport gymnasium as a teenager and played at the first FC Union Berlin football. Later he studied Protestant theology and non- Christian religions. After taking his Abitur, he studied Protestant
Theology and non-Christian religions at the Free University of Berlin. He ended his studies after 5 semesters without getting a degree. He then worked temporarily as an auctioneer in the car trade.
Tim Bendzko Age
- Tim was born on 9th April 1985 in Berlin, Germany (33 years as at 2018)
Tim Bendzko Height
- Tim is 1.84m/ 6ft tall.
Tim Bendzko Net worth
- He has an estimated net worth of 1.5 million Euro
Tim Bendzko Wife
- Tim Bendzko keeps his personal life and there are no details about his wife.
Tim Bendzko Career
At the age of 12 Tim Bendzko began guitar lessons. At the age of 16 he wrote his first songs. In 2009 he registered for the talent competition Söhne gesucht of Söhne Mannheims which he won. As a winner of the talent competition, he performed in the summer of 2009 before 20,000 spectators at the Berlin Waldbühne, one of Europe’s largest concert venues.Tim Bendzko
He received a recording contract with Sony Music and performed as an opening act for Silly on their 2010 tour. He released his debut album Wenn Worte meine Sprache wären (“If words were my language”) on 17th June 2011. The album reached number four in the German charts and the
single, Nur noch kurz die Welt retten (“Just quickly save the world”), number two.
Tim Bendzko performed as the opening act in Cologne and Leipzig on Elton John’s tour of Germany, as well as being the support act for Joe Cocker during his Hard Knocks tour. On 29 September 2011, he came back to his hometown of Berlin for the Bundesvision Song Contest 2011 with the title track of his Album, Wenn Worte meine Sprache wären and won the competition. On 10th November 2011 he won the newcomer Bambi award.
Tim Bendzko The Voice
In 2014 he was a juror at “The Voice Kids” for the first season but he didn’t return for the second season. He confirmed his departure on Facebook.
“I had an extremely exciting and enjoyable time with the first season and would love to be back this year. But since I am on tour in the next few weeks and you can not be in two different locations at the same time, I will not be there this time.”
Tim Bendzko Albums
- Immer noch Mensch
- Am seidenen Faden
- Wenn Worte meine Sprache wären
- Sag einfach ja
Tim Bendzko Songs
- Keine Maschine
- Unter die Haut
- Nur noch kurz die Welt retten
- In dein Herz
- Sag einfach Ja
- Am seidenen Faden
- Wenn Worte meine Sprache wären
- Ohne Zurück zu Sehen
- Ich will zu Dir
- Ich laufe
- Hinter dem Meer
- Vielen Dank für die Blumen
- Nur einen Herzschlag
- Ich steh nicht mehr still
- Auch wenn es gelogen ist
- Beste Version
- Vergessen ist so leicht
- Es geht wieder vorbei
- Wo sollen wir nur hin
- Alles was du wissen musst
- Das letzte mal
- Keine Zeit
- Bert retten
- Mehr davon
- Mein Leben ist dein Leben
- Warum ich Lieder singe
- Du warst noch nie hier
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Tim Bendzko Interview
Interviewer: You have made incredible achievements, but your new album is titled ‘By the thread’: do we have to worry?
Tim Bendzko: (laughs) I do not think so. And the album is actually called out of pure irony, ‘On the thread’. Especially if you hear this question over and over again, are you under pressure after the first album? ‘ That’s outrageous in my world anyway, because the album was so successful that you’re more relaxed and happy instead of worrying. You always have to decide between two things and something is always on the edge: But I am firmly convinced that it will turn out in most cases for the better.
Interviewer: What are your expectations for your new album?
Tim Bendzko: You can not really talk about expectations, although I already had the expectation of making it as good as possible. Of course, there are goals that you are and that you will hopefully achieve: But you should expect nothing.
Interviewer: With what feelings did you go to work?
Tim Bendzko: I was really looking forward to finally writing new things, especially as we have been playing the same thing for two years now. And if you play concerts and have only one album, then you have to suck the other songs always a bit from the fingers, which is always quite unsettling for the audience. But that will hopefully change soon.
Interviewer: The songs on your album all sound a bit melancholic: what makes you so excited?
Tim Bendzko: I just write songs about things that concern me and that’s rarely Halli Galli themes. If now Bayern wins a game, I write about it no song. Of course, if they lose, the pain will be deep and then you might try to put it into a song someday. There are things that can only be approached with irony. And yet it is unlikely that I will ever write an album where only funny songs are on it. Unless, at some point, I make a record: At some point that will happen, but under a code name! (Laughs)
Interviewer: You are playing a concert again this year at the Berlin Waldbühne: What does that mean to you?
Tim Bendzko: A lot. Four years ago I played with the 13 winners of this competition (he won a talent competition of the sons of Mannheim in 2009 – which is absurd in itself) and then I played with my band two years ago Acting by Joe Cocker played, which was also completely crazy and then we thought: Let’s stop the two-year-rhythm and play now just yourself. It is the most beautiful stage in Germany that you can play outside, then only stadiums will come after that. Dare to do so quickly is risky, but if it works out so much the better!
Interviewer: Can you separate commercial success from artistic contentment?
Tim Bendzko: I believe that commercial success will only materialize if I am artistically satisfied. Otherwise, one would notice to me at a distance of a hundred meters that I do not even believe what I sing there. That’s why I’m not worried about that.
Interviewer: Would you like to sing in English instead of singing in English?
Tim Bendzko: I do not know! If my English pronunciation someday develops to the point that one does not think at first, Krass, what’s that for one, then maybe. But I like the German language and I really believe that when music, text and melody fit together, it works across languages.
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