Max Raabe Biography and Wiki
Max Raabe is a German folk singer popularly known as the leader and founder of the Palast Orchester Music group. He first performed in the USA in Los Angeles in 2004 and in 2005 performed his first concert in New York City’s Carnegie Hall.
Raabe also returned for subsequent engagements with the Palast Orchester in 2007 and 2010. In 2011, Raabe produced an album, Küssen Kann man nicht alleine (You cannot kiss alone), with former new-wave musician and producer Annette Humpe, who also wrote the lyrics. His latest album, also with Humpe, is Für Frauen ist das kein Problem (“It’s no problem for women”), released in 2013.
Max Raabe Age and Birthday
Raabe is 58 years old as of 2020. He was born on December 12, 1962, in Lunen, West Germany.
Max Raabe Height and Weight
Raabe is of average stature, He stands at a height of 6 feet 1 inch (1.86 meters).
Max Raabe Family
Raabe has not revealed any information concerning his family. He was born and raised up in Lunen, West Germany. Our team will update more details on his parents or whether he has any siblings.
Max Raabe Education
Max has not revealed any information on where he went to school. Our team is researching and will update more details on the high school and colleges he attended.
Max Raabe Wife | Spouse
Raabe happens to be a happy man who likes to keep family matters away from the public. More details on his love life and children will be updated soon.
Max Raabe Songs
- Kleines Fräulein, einen Augenblick – 1989
- Ich hör’ so gern Musik -1991
- Live im Wintergarten -1992
- Dort tanzt Lu-Lu! -1994
- Bel Ami – 1995
- Music, Maestro, Please – 1996
- Die größten Erfolge – 1996
- Mein kleiner grüner Kaktus – 1997
- Tanz-Gala -1997
- Ein Freund, ein guter Freund – 1999
- Junger Mann im Frühling – 1999
- Krokodile und andere Hausfreunde – 2000
- Ich wollt ich wär ein Huhn – 2001
- Charming Weill – 2001
- Superhits – 2001
Max Raabe Music Career –
Apart from doing vintage music, Raabe writes original songs such as film music. In collaboration with the orchestra music group, Raabe has created covers of modern pop songs between 1920 and 1930s band style, including songs by Britney Spears, Tom Jones, and Salt’n’Pepa.
He has also made several appearances as a stereotypical 1920s and 1930s singer and entertainer in a number of films by German directors, such as Der bewegte Mann, Werner Herzog’s Invincible, and Wenzel Storch’s Die Reise ins Glück.
In 1994, Raabe appeared as Dr. Siedler in the Berlin Bar jeder Vernunft version of The White Horse Inn, and 1999 performanced as Mack the Knife in Kurt Weill and Bertolt Brecht’s The Threepenny Opera alongside Nina Hagen.
Max Raabe Net Worth
Raabe has an estimated net worth ranging from $1 million to $5 million. This amount is from his extensive career among other investments.