Heinrich Müller is a rising music star in his own country Switzerland. Within a short time he published two CDs, that blend rock, blues and country. 'Footsteps' in 2004, 'Chain of Pearls' in 2006. The Swiss are flabergasted, because Heinrich Müller is also a very well known journalist in Switzerland and one of the anchormen of the Evening News of the national channel of Swiss Television in Zürich. What's more: Heinrich Müller has become 60 this year. Now he plans to leave television after 25 years and to go into music. Müller grew up in a protestant pastor family not far from Lucerne. With 6 he began to play the violin, with 12 the guitar. He sang gospel music in a choir and appeared on television at the age of 17. Much later, during his long stay in Africa, he learned to play traditional drums, flutes and guitars. And again much later, he startet to write and compose his own songs. 'Footsteps' was recorded in Nashville, USA, 'Chain of Pears' in a studio in Switzerland. Heinrich Müller has a Ph.D in law. He lived in Nigeria for almost ten years, reading Nigerian constitutional and administrative law. 1980 he returned to Switzerland and began his highly successful career as a reporter and anchorman on Swiss television. He is married with Ruth Balami, who lived in the USA for 15 years. He has a stepson.