Foto: Tibor Bozi

Titus Waldenfels, born and raised in Munich, Germany has been a professional freelance musician for more than 25 years. He has played in many European countries such as France, England, Spain, Italy, Czech Republic, Austria and fused into the vivid music scenes of Vienna as well as Hamburg and Berlin. He has worked with German Krautrock pioneers Embryo and members of Amon Düül, immersed himself in the Swing Jazz of great gipsy musicians everpresent in his country and developed his own style of blues based music, reworking influences of Tex-Mex and Ska. Titus Waldenfels plays guitar, violin, banjo and lap steel guitar, providing his own rythym by playing a one-string bass guitar with his feet simultaneously.


Linolschnitt Robert Richter 2018

Mit Monty Waters, München 1996

Mit Nick Woodland, Grünes Eck München 1993

Mit Embryo, D 1994, vl.n.r. T.W., Christian Burchard, Dieter Serfas, Monty Waters, Lothar Stahl

mit Embryo & Mal Waldron, München, ca. 2000, v.l.n.r. T.W., Karsten Hochapfel, Edgar Hofmann, Roman Bunka, Nick McCarthy, Christian Burchard, Dieter Serfas, Mal Waldron

München 1987