|Born||June 3, 1957|
|Occupation(s)||Musician, music publisher|
|Years active||Late 1970s-present|
|Associated acts||Einst×¼rzende Neubauten, Abw×¤rts|
Tag Chung (given birth to June 3, 1957, in Leeds, Britain) is a German musician and music publisher, probably most widely known for his are the bass guitarist from the German music group Einstürzende Neubauten.
From 1980 Chung was an associate from the German post-punk band Abwärts from Hamburg he joined Einstürzende Neubauten in 1981. He assumed responsibility for business administration from the music group until departing in 1994 to focus on his function in the music market.He shaped Freibank Music Posting in 1986, initially for controlling and administering the copyrights of Einstürzende Neubauten, but Freibank also offered this services to other music artists and steadily grew. In 1996, Chung relocated to London, where he became older vice-president of Sony Music International. After 9 years with Sony Music, he relocated back again to Germany and today directs the Freibank workplace in Berlin. In 2006, Chung was elected chairman from the German association of self-employed music businesses (Verband unabhängiger Musikunternehmen - VUT) and he also rests on the table from the public-private partnership Effort Musik.He's married and has two sons and a child.