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Yenz Leonhardt

Yenz Leonhardt
Stormwarrior in 2008.
Background information
Birth name Jens Arnsted
Born Vordingborg, Denmark
Genres Heavy metal, power metal
Occupations Musician
Instruments Bass, vocals, guitar
Years active 1979–present
Labels Dockyard One
Associated acts Savage Circus
Iron Savior
Kingdom Come

Jens Arnsted (more commonly known as Yenz Leonhardt or Yenz Cheyenne) is a heavy metal musician born July 4 in Vordingborg, Denmark. He has performed as a vocalist, guitarist and bassist throughout his career, focusing on the latter in recent years.

Jens joined Brats in 1979 as bass player and vocalist and performed in the short-lived band Geisha as Yenz Cheyenne.

In more recent years, Jens has featured prominently in the German power metal scene, often collaborating with Piet Sielck in the bands Iron Savior and Savage Circus.[1] He currently plays in Stormwarrior.[2] He is also the touring bass player for Lacrimosa. Jens played rhythm guitar for the hard rock band Kingdom Come, but left in September 2007 over scheduling conflicts.[3]


External links

  • Official Iron Savior homepage
  • Official Savage Circus homepage
  • Official Stormwarrior homepage

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