|Active:||1965 - 2016|
Dieter Birr: Vocals
Gunter Wosylus (formerly)
Harry Jeske (formerly)
The Puhdys (German pronunciation: [ˈpuːdis]) were a German rock band, formed in Oranienburg (Brandenburg), GDR, in 1969, although by then they had been performing together—with various lineups—as the Puhdys since 1965. Although they are especially popular in their native eastern Germany, the Puhdys enjoyed significant success outside the GDR, and were one of the first East German bands allowed to tour West Germany. They are one of the most successful German-language rock groups.
Connection to Rammstein
- Flake and Paul are congratulating the band on their concert DVD Das 3000. Konzert.
- Till Lindemann featured as a guest vocalist on the deleted single Wut will nicht sterben. Later editions of the single saw Till's vocals removed from the song.