Wolfgang Schwarz (born in Hanau, city located in the Main-Kinzig district in the state of Hesse, on January 16, 1976) is a music producer, composer, pianist, guitarist, computer programmer and prolific German singer.
Son of Rainer Schwarz (Professor of disciplines) and Barbara Schwarz (nursing assistant), the talented Schwarz has a sister and two brothers. His dedication and love of music began at the tender age of six, when he began to have his first piano lessons and then for two years, the lessons of Home-Organ.
Between the years of 1982 and 1986, the still small Wolfgang studied at the Primary School North, in Bruchköbel (town of the district of Main-Kinzig, in the state of Hesse, situated about 8 km north of his hometown, Hanau ). Between the years of 1986 and 1995, Wolfgang made the high school in Hohe Landesschule (Superior School of State), located in Hanau.
Between the years of 1996 and 1997, Wolfgang Schwarz participated in the Civil Service of Self-Help, in Erlensee, city of the district of Main-Kinzig, in the state of Hesse, located 5 km northeast of Hanau - and was physically disabled. Between the years of 1998 and 1999, the young Wolfgang Schwarz attended the Faculty of Law (however, did not finish). Between the years of 2002 and 2003 in Heidelberg (German city situated on valley of the river Neckar, in the northwest of the state of Baden-Württemberg), he participated of the course of Mechatronics, intending to become a Professional (BFW) - acronym for Berufsförderungswerk (professional promotion factory) - but also failed to make the conclusion.
Dedicated to music since the six years old, Wolfgang Schwarz was (and continues being) heavily influenced by great artists and bands of the musical scenario worldwide. Among its greatest artistic influences are bands consecrated as A-Ha, The Cure, Depeche Mode, New Order, and equally talented artists like Wolfsheim, Adrian Hates (founder and leader of Diary Of Dreams project), David Bowie, Keith Jarret, ATB and Chicane.
Between 13 and 16 years old, he started to have strict piano lessons every week. At 13, Wolfgang made his first recordings using a sequencer and his first keyboard. He sang in Kingdom-Hall (3 times per week) between 6 and 19 years old. His first recording as a singer happened when he was the age of 14 years.
When he met Keller Angell over the internet, on 24 February 2015, his career began to go on the rise, through support and management of Angell and his label, KAMusic Entertainment. Wait by the what’s to come! And FOLLOW Wolfgang, ALWAYS!