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Roy Khan

Roy Khan

Real/full name:
Roy Sætre Khantatat
Age:
52 (born Mar 12th, 1970)
Place of birth:
Norway (Elverum, Hedmark)
Gender:
Male

Biography

Khan is principally known for having been the singer and co-songwriter for the American power metal band Kamelot from 1998 to 2011; previously he studied opera singing for three years and joined the Norwegian progressive/power metal act Conception from 1991 to 1998.

Khan was born to a Norwegian mother and a Thai father and took both their surnames even though he's mainly known simply as Roy ...

Trivia

Khan's maternal grandfather, Kåre Sætre, was a major influence in his musical aspirations and is something Khan would state in several interviews.

In a brief interview with local Norwegian media in 2014, Khan stated that he had suffered a burn-out and decided to quit Kamelot before the tour in 2010 to prioritize his health and family, but in an agreement with Youngblood and the rest of the ...

Conception

Vocals (1991-1998, 2005, 2018-present)

1991 The Last Sunset Vocals, Lyrics, Songwriting
1993 Power of Metal (Split video) Vocals
1993 Parallel Minds Vocals, Lyrics
1994 Roll the Fire (Single) Vocals
1994 Power of Metal (Split) Vocals
1995 Guilt / Sundance (Single) Vocals
1995 In Your Multitude Vocals, Lyrics, Songwriting (tracks 2, 4)
1997 Flow Vocals
2018 Re:Conception (Single) Vocals
2018 My Dark Symphony (EP) Vocals
2020 Waywardly Broken (Single) Vocals
2020 By the Blues (Single) Vocals
2020 State of Deception Vocals
2021 Cry (Single) Vocals
2021 Gethsemane (Single) Vocals
2021 Roll the Fire 2.0 (Single) Vocals
2021 A Virtual Lovestory (live) (Single) Vocals
2022 Monument in Time (Single) Vocals
(show all)

Roy Khan

Vocals, Keyboards, Piano (2018-present)

Kamelot

Vocals (1998-2011)

1998 Siége Perilous Vocals (as "Roy S. Khan")
1999 The Fourth Legacy Vocals (as "Khan")
2000 The Expedition (Live album) Vocals
2001 Karma Vocals (as "Khan")
2003 Epica Vocals (as "Khan")
2005 The Black Halo Vocals (as "Khan")
2006 One Cold Winter's Night (Live album) Vocals (as "Khan")
2007 Ghost Opera (Single) Vocals
2007 Ghost Opera Vocals (as "Khan")
2010 Poetry for the Poisoned Vocals (as "Khan")
2010 The Great Pandemonium (Single) Vocals
2010 Where the Wild Roses Grow (Single) Vocals
2016 Where I Reign - The Very Best of the Noise Years 1995-2003 (Compilation) Vocals (tracks 9-12, CD1; tracks 1-13, CD2)
(show all)

Avantasia

2008 The Scarecrow Vocals (track 1)

Crest of Darkness

1999 The Ogress Vocals (tracks 4, 8)

Epica

2005 Consign to Oblivion Vocals (track 9)
2022 Live at Paradiso (Live album) Vocals (disc 2, track 1), (disc 3, track 13)

Seven Spires

2021 This God Is Dead (Single) Vocals
2021 Gods of Debauchery Vocals (track 10)

Star One

2021 Lost Children of the Universe (Single) Vocals (lead)
2022 Revel in Time Vocals (lead) (CD1 track 11)

Victory

1996 Voiceprint Vocals (lead) (tracks 14, 15)

World of Damage

2021 Breathe (Little Angel) (Single) Vocals
2021 Invoke Determination Vocals (track 6)

Conception

2018 My Dark Symphony (EP) Engineering (guitars, bass, keyboards, vocals), Producer
2020 State of Deception Producer

Kamelot

2005 The Black Halo Executive producer
2006 One Cold Winter's Night (Live album) Executive producer
2010 Poetry for the Poisoned Producer
Added by: Ramseus Modified by: thetruechaby
Added on: 2011-04-09 22:25:49 Last modified on: 2022-07-26 14:21:32
 
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