Ulrike Goldmann Singer

Ulrike Goldmann is the singer that replaced Eva Poelzing (2002–2005) in the band Blutengel in October 2005. Goldmann has a trained voice and has been singing her entire life. Her first band was an electro-pop duo called Say - Y, whose signed to Chris Pohl's label, Fear Section in 2003 and released their album Refill later that year, the first one under a record label. Say - Y toured along with Blutengel opening concerts during their 2004 Demon Kiss Tour and in September 2005 Ulrike left the band in good terms to join Blutengel. In an interview, Goldmann said she was invited by a friend to see a Blutengel concert in Potsdam, during their Angel Dust Tour in March 2003. She was amazed with the show and got to meet Chris, Constance and Eva after the concert and they quickly became friends.

Musical acts

1.Blutengel Electronic body music, Dance music, Pop music, Synthpop, Gothic rock, Dark wave, Eurodance, Electronic music, Futurepop

2005 -

Blutengel is a German musical group. It was formed by singer Chris Pohl after he had to leave Seelenkrank due to contractual and legal problems. The lyrics are written primarily in German and English and are presented with male and female vocals.

Member history

Member Role Start End
Vocals 1998 2001
Vocals 1998 2000
Chris Pohl
Vocals, Programming 1998
Vocals 2000 2001
Cinderella Effect
Vocals 2002 2010
Eva Poelzing
Vocals 2002 2005
Vocals 2005
Viki Scarlet
Maria Rehfeld
Anja Milow
Vocals 2010

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Social media


Check Ulrike Goldmann on wikipedia.

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