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His stage name comes from his sister Hannelore's difficulty pronouncing his given name "Heinz Georg".<ref name="Official Web Site" />
In JanuaryFebruary 2013, Heino released a new album, called "Mit freundlichen GrüßenGrüssen" (With''Yours Friendly Greetingssincerely''), which topped the German album charts. The record is a collection of 12 cover versions of popular German songs from [[Die Ärzte]], [[Peter Fox (musician)|Peter Fox]], [[Rammstein]] and others. It is as such a Pop-Rock/Metal-record instead of Heino's typical Schlager and Volksmusik style. The album earned Gold for being sold over 100,000 times.
In December 2014, Heino released a new album, "Schwarz Blühtblüht der Enzian" (''[[Gentiana|Gentian]] blooms black''), referring to one of his greatest hits "Blaut blüht der Enzian" (''Gentian blooms blue'') and to the Rock-/Metal style of the record in which some of his own songs and traditional German [[Volksmusik]] are covered.