André Greiner-Pol - André Greiner-Pol
André Greiner-Pol's father was Kurt Greiner-Pol, head of the Erich Weinert Ensemble of the National People's Army . André Greiner-Pol founded the blues rock band Freygang that in the 1980s one of the most important bands of the GDR - underground movement developed. His music was often banned, up to a “lifelong” professional ban.  From 1989-90 he was a member of the Prenzlauer Berg scene, co-founded the cultural center " Tacheles " and founded in April 1990 with other musicians the party "Autonomous Action Wydoks",  which the local electionin May 1990 in East Berlin, but remained unsuccessful. He made nine albums with Freygang after 1990 and published several books as an author on Buschfunk . He died of a heart attack on December 15, 2008 . 
- Whip east love. Schwarzkopf & Schwarzkopf, Berlin 2000, ISBN 978-3-89602-319-3 .
- Freygang XXX Songs 1977-2007. Songbook with DVD. Buschfunk, Berlin 2007, ISBN 978-3-931-92572-7 .
- Freygang official website , accessed July 10, 2013
- Steffen Könau: Music Loud life and a quiet death. In: Mitteldeutsche Zeitung. Prof. Alfred Neven DuMont †, Christian DuMont Schütte, Isabella Neven DuMont, December 15, 2008, accessed on October 29, 2018 : "Last night the 56-year-old died of a heart attack that surprised him in his sleep."
|SHORT DESCRIPTION||German musician|
|DATE OF BIRTH||12. May 1952|
|PLACE OF BIRTH||East Berlin|
|DATE OF DEATH||December 15, 2008|