Die Travellers

Die Travellers, originally Die 3 Travellers, were a German musical group known for their novelty, comedy and schlager records.

The group formed in Berlin in 1946. The members were Fred Oldörp (bandoneon, vocals, 19201984), Eduard Roth (guitar, vocals, 19221990), and Mischa Andreyev (bass, vocals), later replaced by Klaus Komoll.[1] They recorded many popular songs in Germany, between the early 1950s and the late 1970s, when they disbanded. Oldörp also recorded under the name Frank Olsen.[2]


  1. Die 3 Travellers, Discogs.com. Retrieved 10 November 2015
  2. Frank Olsen, Memoryradio.de. Retrieved 10 November 2015
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