Kane McLean


Many musicians and artists from all over the world support our Lockdown project by recording their voices or instruments or 

by designing the Lockdown cover:

Philipp Wisser (Guitars)

studied Jazzguitar, Composition and Audio Engineering at Institute for Music and Media (Düsseldorf), Berklee College of Music (Boston) and Folkwang University of the Arts (Essen)

mainly active in two projects: “Just A Glimpse” Quintet, Blind Spot Trio

various sideman gigs in areas such as Rock, Alternative / Indie, Acoustic including live performances in radio and television

compositions and arrangements for various musical settings including Symphonic Orchestra and Big Band

scholarships from Berklee College of Music, DAAD and GVL


Thomas Kagermann (Violin)


Thomas Kagermann is a German violinist, singer, multi-instrumentalist and songwriter whose style is based in folk music, world jazz and new age music. In the course of his career he has worked with many well-known artists and has published a number of records.

As a member and founder of two well-known music groups a few years ago (Fiedel Michel and Falckenstein), he starts compositional explorations in the transition area between spiritual music, singing and free improvisation since the 1990s.


Urs Wiehager Dietz (Bass)

studied E-Bass in Hilversum (Netherlands) 

studied Double Bass as Minor 

He is an professional live and studio musician

Base player at "Rheinische Bläserphilharmonie" and section leader at Orchestra "German Winds"


Nelah aus dem Moore is an experienced live and studio singer who enriches national and international productions with her voice.

She works successfully as a vocal coach and sings in various bands (e.g. Celtic Circle)


Daniel Ridder (Brass)

Daniel Ridder started studying tuba at the Robert Schumann Musikhochschule in Düsseldorf under Profs Hans Gelhar und Hans Nickel and is principal tuba player of Musikkorps der Bundeswehr.

He plays with well-known bands and orchestras like the WDR (West German Broadcasting) Symphonic Orchestra in Cologne, the WDR Brass Band, the Duisburg Symphonic Orchestra, the German Opera on Rhine Orchestra in Düsseldorf, Münster Opera/ Philharmonic Orchestra and Opera in Hagen. In addition he has made a name for himself with several Solo-CD-recordings, Master Classes and Solo-Concerts in Germany and abroad.
Concert tours to many countries accompanied him Brazil, Africa (Namibia), Russia, Ukraine, Netherlands, France, Spain, USA, Norway, Austria, Turkey and many more.

Apart from that Daniel Ridder is the conductor several Symphonic Wind Band´s in Germany and leads Brass Workshops all over the country. He also is Adams Artist.


Andy Taylor (Sax)

Andy Taylor (Northumberland) performed as a experienced military musician at Royal Weddings (e.g. Princess Diana), Royal Garden parties, onboard The Queen Elisabeth 2 and many other venues around the world.

He is also conductor of orchestras in the northeast of England (Coquet Concert Band, Alnwick Playhouse Concert Band).



Nicolas Nohn

Nick is media designer for image and sound, graduate sound engineer for audiovisual media, teacher for music and physics , lecturer for music history and analysis, composer, music lover and maker. 

Nick has written and produced a lot of music for movies ("Mondscheinkinder") and German television (Terra X, Quarks).

He currently lives with his family in Brazil


Timo Müller (Drums)

Timo plays drums since he is nine (Musikkapelle Salchendorf)

He played in German Army (Heeresmusikkorps 300 Koblenz) from 1999 till 2001 

Drummer in PJO Orchestra 2009-2016

Since 2019 section leader drums in Orchestra "German Winds"


Takahiko Tsukama

Takahiko lives in Kyoto (Japan).

He plays Tenorhorn as a hobby. He really likes "Böhmische Musik".

He is oftenly participating in the "Woodstock der Blasmusik" festival in Austria and Germany from Japan.

He has many music friends in both of the countries. 

Ruth Lamich

Ruth Lamich is a diplome graphic designer. She will drew the cover for our Lockdown project.