2 Life Real name: Johann Hölzel Born: February 19, 1957 Died: February 6, 1998Born in ViennaHe was the only survivor of tripletsHe was buried in the Zentralfriedhof (Central Cemetery) in Vienna, Austria.
3 EducationRecognized as a child prodigy and schooled in classical musicGraduated from the Vienna Music Conservatory in 1997
5 Discography 1982-Einzelhaft (Solitary Confinement or Incarceration) 1984-Junge Roemer (Young Romans)1985-Falco 31986-Emotional1988-Wiener Blut (Viennese Blood)1990-Data de Groove1991-The Remix Hit Collection1992-Nachtflug (Night flight)1996-Greatest Hits21997-Greatest Hits Vol. II1998-Best Of1998-Out Of The Dark (Into The Light)1998-The Hit-Singles1999-The Final Curtain - The Ultimate Best Of1999-Verdammt wir leben noch (Damn it, we’re still alive)1999-Live Forever (Live Album)2007-Hoch wie nie (Best Of) (Higher than ever)2007-Einzelhaft (25th Anniversary Edition)
6 Significant Achievements ‘Rock Me Amadeus’ reached number 1 in the US and remained in the top spot of the Billboard Hot 100 for three weeksHis albums and singles have sold about 60 million copies worldwide
7 Quotes“When I die some day they will all give me three cheers, the buggers!”"He was a superstar, he was so popular, he was so exalted because he had style, he was a virtuoso, he was a rock idol, and everybody screamed…""Look into my heart, I am an open book, I have nothing to hide."
8 Interesting FactsChanged his name to Falco in 1977 after the East German skier Falko Weisspflog