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Good old friends since 42 years !

"What advice do you have for young guitarists who want to be successful as professional pickers?"
"Well, you're asking the wrong person [laughs]. I don't think I've ever been successful. I've always just played for myself because I've enjoyed the music. As long as I have a roof over my head and can feed my family while playing music that I enjoy, I'll be happy."

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Interwiew mit Steve Fishell und Tom Wheeler: Guitar Player Magazine, Mai 1981 -

Albert Lee: der beste und schnellste "Single-Note-Picker" der Welt seit 'zig Jahren in der "Gallery of Greats" des amerikanischen Guitar Player Magazin.

Da Angelo 2004

Brian, Gerry, Georg & Pete after the show

Old friends since 1964

Colosseum live im Theaterhaus Stuttgart: Chris Farlowe und Georg, backstage

Alte Haudegen

Dave Greenslade, Chris Farlowe, Georg, Mark Clarke (v. l. n. r.) von Colosseum

Barbara und Mark beim Soundcheck

Barbara Thompson hat Dick Heckstall-Smith vertreten, sie war sehr gut, und Mark Clarke hat einen superguten Bass gespielt.

Bye Karlsruhe

Peter Baron, Pete Wingfield, Georg, Albert Lee & Gerry Hogan (v. l. n. r.): alte Fahrensmänner des Rock'n'Roll

About Albert Lee:

England-born guitar whiz Albert Lee first made his mark on this side of the big pond in the 70’s when he replaced James Burton as the lead guitar guy in Emmylou Harris’ Hot Band, arguably one of the all-time best bands of modern day country music. Albert Lee went on to cut several solo albums, most notably his Hiding Lp in 1979 featuring the original version of Ricky Skaggs’ Country Boy hit, and the 1982 Albert Lee set. He also had stretches with Eric Clapton and with The Everly Brothers.

Now at 60 years of age, Albert Lee goes back to some of his roots with an album of songs made famous by Emmylou Harris & The Hot Band. The end result is nothing short of sensational, and yet another front-runner for Album Of The Year honours in my book.

Albert Lee has a quirky vocal style, that has a special appeal,
and his guitar playing is as tasty (and powerful) as ever. On these Emmylou Harris popularized tunes, Albert Lee makes them all sound new and fresh again by adding his own intriguing touches and bringing in a steady stream of special guests, including Vince Gill, Brad Paisley, Patty Loveless, Rodney Crowell etc.

Albert Lee:

Der Name Albert Lee bedarf wahren Country Music & Rock Fans keiner näheren Erläuterung. Im Jahre 2002 gewann er den Grammy Award. Mit Foggy Mountain Breakdown (Earl Scruggs, Glen Duncan, Randy Scruggs, Steve Martin, Vince Gill, Marty Stuart, Gary Scruggs, Albert Lee, Paul Shaffer, Jerry Douglas and Leon Russel) aus der CD Earl Scruggs and Friends gewann er am 27. Februar 2002 einen Grammy für die beste Instrumentale Country Performance. Albert wurde gleich fünf Mal im "Guitarplayer" Magazin zum besten Country Guitar Picker gewählt. Darüber hinaus nominierte man Albert Lee in zwei aufeinander folgenden Jahren in der Kategorie "Best Instrumental", und im Oktober 1995 erhielt Albert den begehrten Gold Badge Award von B.A.S.C.A., der Britischen Akademie für Songschreiber, Komponisten und Autoren. Als ein Mitglied von Chris Farlow's Thunderbirds, Country Fever, Heads Hands and Feet, Eric Clapton's Band, Emmylou Harris' Hotband oder auch den Chrickets begeisterte Albert über Jahre hinweg sein Publikum. Des Weiteren erschien er auf der Bühne mit Künstlern wie Glen Campell, Dave Edmunds, Dolly Parton, Bobby Bare, Joan Armatrading, Ricky Scaggs, Joe Cocker, Willie Nelson, Linda Ronstadt, Rodney Crowell und Travis Tritt. Bekannt wurde Albert mit The Everly Brothers Band, mit der er seit ihrer Neugründung im Jahr 1983 sehr intensiv zusammen arbeitete.

Hogan's Heroes:

Albert Lee & Hogan's Heroes brachten zwei Songs zur Filmmusik des Richard Harris Films "Savage Hearts" ein, der bei den Filmfestspielen in Cannes großen Beifall erhielt. Albert und seine Band machten sich einen Namen, indem sie selbst Berühmtheiten der Musikwelt in ihren Bann zogen. Jedes Mitglied der Band ist heute bekannt und, was noch wichtiger ist, auch respektiert. Musikstars wie Willie Nelson, Eric Clapton, Don Everly, Lonnie Donegan, Chris Farlowe, Georg Grimm, Gary Brooker, Marty Wilde, Nancy Griffith, Sonny Curtis und Rodney Crowell haben alle schon mit der Band musiziert und ihre Zuhörer begeistert.

Patrick und René von VaGue

Mein allerbester Freund, mein Sohn Patrick on bass

Mr. Bassguitar

Donald "Duck" Dunn, es gibt wohl nur ganz Wenige, mit denen er noch nicht gearbeitet hat. Er war ua. ein "Blues Brother"

Joe

Joe South, ich kannte nur den Song "Games People Play" von ihm, aber es wurde ein super Gig.

You’ve been listening to Joe South all of your life, and you probably didn’t even know it. Who the hell is he? Where did he come from? What did he do? And where did he go? We’ll answer all of those questions and more as the ol’ Time Machine settles in for a cruise through the turbulent ’60s and early ’70s, following Joe’s storied career and songwriting triumphs. Born Joseph Alfred Souter on February 28, 1940, in Atlanta, Georgia, the future author of such pop/country nuggets as "(I Never Promised You) A Rose Garden," "Games People Play," "Hush," "Don’t It Make You Want To Go Home," "Down In The Boondocks," and literally dozens more seemed destined for great heights early on.

1951 - landed a weekly guest spot on a local country music radio program
1962 - first #1 as writer, "Untie Me," recorded by the Tams
1962 - moved to Nashville
Mid 1960s - worked as a session guitarist
1968 - recorded first album "Introspect"
1970 - Lynn Anderson recorded "Rose Garden," which stayed in the #1 spot for 5 weeks

"Fred, hol mal grad das Banjo."

Good old Mike Warner mit "Naked Selzer"

Kommt viel rum und kennt sie alle

"Molch" (Manfred Peter) ist in der Musikerwelt auch als Casey bekannt und ist für die amerikanischen Countrystars der Countrygitarrist in Deutschland. Er durfte z. B. nicht nur Johnny Cash die Hand, sondern auch Ricky Skaggs den Fuß schütteln und kann über die alle Country-Ikonen im Ursprungsland durch persönliche Kontakte einige Geschichten erzählen. Neben der Fingerfertigkeit seiner Füße auf der Leadguitar spielt er auch begnadet Pedal-Steelguitar und singt in höchsten Tönen (über seine Countrysongs). Bekannt wurde er auch als Fotojournalist, der in vielen Fachbüchern mit seinen Starfotos aufwarten konnte. Auch ist er begabter Schnellsprecher und Dauerredner (380 Anschläge pro Minute), was ihm als Sänger der 1.,2., 7. und 13. Stimme in der FLOPHOUSE-STRING-BAND zugute kommt. Hierfür erhielt er zu seinem 60-jährigen Bühnenjubiläum sogar die Auszeichnung "kupferner Stimmlöffel" ! Zu seinen Hobbys gehört in seiner Leidenschaft als Sänger und Sammler u. a. das Sammeln von exotischen E-Gitarren, Steelguitars, Verstärkern, Uhren, Kameras, Zeitungen, usw. Seine umfangreiche Platten- und CD-Sammlung füllt sämtliche Räume aus, so dasss in seiner Wohnung gar kein Platz mehr für Bilder und Möbel  bleibt. Lediglich im WC werden nur Kassetten und MDs gelagert. Bevor er zu den Floppies kam, war er erfolgreich im Filmgeschäft tätig, und zwar an der Mainzerstraße, Ecke Lügenbold, in Frankfurt. Hier musste er neben dem Regal einräumen auch seinen Mann stehen, wenn er als "Stuntman" in schwierigen Rollen bei Aufnahmen für Sexfilme "einspringen" musste.

Monster Drummer

Jon Hiseman and Ginger Baker both adjusted their styles, absorbing new influences. For Baker it was the African rhythms, for Hiseman soul/funk. Both melded it together to become more balanced and concise players - while retaining there style - and able to provide driving propulsion. Jon Hiseman continues to play in an array of musical environments: composed and improvisational jazz with his wife Barbara Thompson, jazz/rock with an occasionally reformed Colosseum (and still playing great !), music and advertising TV-jingles and all through his own production company.

Las Vegas 1981

Everly Brothers Band

Everly Brothers Band

Phil Everly, Pete Wingfield, Albert Lee (v. l. n. r.)

MGM Grand Las Vegas

Backstage in Las Vegas - Buddy, Albert, Don, Mike (v. l. n. r.)

Everlys & Albert

Albert Lee (Mitte) & Everly Brothers

"Rebel Rousers"

Duane Eddy & Albert Lee

Studio Ronsdorf 1981

Chris Farlowe und Georg on stormy monday

Alte Freunde

Chris und Albert bei einer spontanen Session 2003

Extraklasse

Dave Greenslade, Keyboarder bei Colosseum und original "Thunderbirds" member

Beinharter English Drummer

Barry Jenkins, Drummer bei Mike Warner und später bei den Animals sowie Jerry Lee Lewis, Carl Perkins usw.

EC 1966

Eric Clapton

Eric Clapton & Albert Lee at Buffalo MemorialUS-Tour 1979

David Becker, one of the best Jazz Guitarists worldwide

Einer der Besten in Europa

Nils Tuxen - ein wunderbarer Mensch und super Pedalsteeler, u. a. Steeler bei den frühen Truck Stop. Wir waren oft unterwegs, u. a. mit Country Rose.

Er hat schon mit allen gespielt

Dick Heckstall-Smith  RIP

Durchgeknallter, aber guter Musiker

Frank Kirchner, Top Saxofonist, u. a. bei Herbert Grönemeier

Pete Wingfield

Pete Wingfield is one of the most sought-after keyboard players on the scene, Pete is perhaps best known for his worldwide hit in 1975 'Eighteen with a Bullet'. Starting out in the business with late-60s blues band Jellybread, he held down stints in the early 70s with the Keef Hartley Band, Colin Blunstone, and Maggie Bell, before going on to tour extensively with Van Morrison and the Hollies. From their classic 1983 Albert Hall reunion concert to the present, Pete has – along with Albert – been a part of the Everly Brothers band, touring in the US and internationally and playing on the Brothers' three '80s albums. He also joined Albert and Gerry to back Emmylou Harris for her '84 European tour. As a session player, Pete has appeared on records by literally hundreds of artistes across the musical spectrum, among them contemporary chart acts like Beautiful South, Lighthouse Family and the Chimes, UK soul divas Mica Paris, Shara Nelson, and Des'ree, bluesmen Buddy Guy, Freddie King, and Jimmy Witherspoon, classic pop names Elkie Brooks, Cliff Richard, and Hot Chocolate, rock 'n rollers Little Richard, Billy Fury, and Rocky Sharpe and the Replays, folk-rockers Lindisfarne, Richard and Linda Thompson, and Ian Matthews, and American R&B legends Johnny Bristol, Edwin Starr and Bloodstone. Pete was also a founder-member of 70s funk outfit the Olympic Runners – now much sampled by the hip-hop generation. Pete's songs has been recorded over the years by artistes as varied as B. B. King to Olivia Newton-John, Patti Labelle to the Everly Brothers. As a producer, Pete has a solid track record of hits, starting with Dexy's Midnight Runners' 'Geno' in 1980, and including the Proclaimers' 'I'm Gonna Be (500 Miles)', the Pasadenas' 'Tribute', Alison Moyet's 'That Ole Devil Called Love', Paul Young's 'Oh Girl', Mel Brooks 'Hitler Rap', and the Kane Gang's 'Closest Thing to Heaven'. Finally, Pete's normally low profile was raised somewhat in '99 when none other than Paul McCartney asked him to play on his 'Run Devil Run' album and subsequent promotional appearances - culminating in the historic return gig at Liverpool's Cavern Club, accessed live on the Internet by an estimated 25 million people across the world. 

Pete Wingfield ist einer der begehrtesten Keyboardspieler in der Szene. Bekannt wurde er durch seinen Hit „Eighteen with a bullet”. Eingestiegen in das Musikgeschäft ist Pete in den späten 60er Jahren mit der Bluesband Jellybread, bevor er mit der Keef Hartley Band, Colin Blunstone and Maggie Bell in den frühen 70ern einige Auftritte hatte. Nächste Station in seiner musikalischen Karriere war die Tour mit Van Morrison und den Hollies. Seit ihrem klassischen Albert-Hall-Reunion Konzert 1983 ist Pete Wingfield, genau wie Albert Lee ein Teil der Everly Brothers, die sowohl in den USA als auch international Auftritte hatten. Er brachte auch Albert and Gerry für ihre Europatour 1984 mit Emmylou Harris zusammen. Pete war ein Session-Spieler, arbeitete während seiner Karriere mit beinahe hundert Künstlern zusammen, wobei er das gesamte musikalische Spektrum abdeckte. Nicht selten landete er dabei in den Charts wie z. B. mit den Beautiful South, der Lighthouse Family, den Chimes, der Soullegende Mica Paris, Shara Nelson, Bluesmen Buddy Guy, Hot Chocolate, dem Rock'n'Roller Little Richard, Billy Fury, Rocky Sharpe and the Replays, den Folk-Rockern Lindisfarne, Richard and Linda Thompson, Ian Matthews, Amerikas R&B Legende Johnny Bristol, Edwin Starr and Bloodstone. Über die Jahre wurden die Musiker an seiner Seite immer abwechslungs-reicher. Von B. B. King bis Olivia Newton-John and Patti Labelle bis zu den Everly Brothers war alles vertreten. Aber auch als Produzent hatte Pete ein unglaublich glückliches Händchen. Angefangen mit „Geno” von den Dexy's Midnight Runners im Jahr 1980 Ober die Proclaimers mit „I'm Gonna Be (500 Miles)”, The Passadenas („Tribute") bis hin zu Mel Brooks and Paul Young, um nur einige zu nennen. Selbst kein Geringerer als Paul McCartney scheute nicht davor zurück, bei Pete um Mitwirkung an seinem erfolgreichen Album „Run Devil Run” anzufragen.

Ahoi-Messe Rotterdam

Jan Akkerman - von Flensburg, wo ich mit ihm gespielt habe, bis Miami Vice

Don Hugo

Hugo Fritz, einer der besten Pedal-Steeler und Gitarristen in good old Germany


Don Hugo und Silver Eagle

Eddie Constantin

Ich habe ihn 1987 in Frankfurt kennengelernt, sehr interessanter Mensch.

Rheinisches UrgesteinHorst Stachelhaus spielte seit Anfang der 70er bei MESSAGE den Bass und wechselte gemeinsam mit Manni von Bohr im Frühjahr 1977 zu BIRTH CONTROL. Hier sprang er bereits während der laufenden Frühjahrstour für den ausgeschiedenen Peter Föller ein. Bis Ende 1979 blieb Horst bei BIRTH CONTROL - mit ihm entstanden die Platten "Increase", "Titanic", "Live '79" und "Count On Dracula". Zwischenzeitlich spielte er auch mit ALEX ORIENTAL und wirkte bei mehreren Studioproduktionen mit (Zeus' Amusement, Lenny Mc Dowell, Alex Oriental etc.). In den 80ern widmete sich Horst überwiegend dem Musiker Magazin "Fachblatt ", wo er Geschäftsführer und Chefredakteur war. Außerdem testete Horst für verschiedene Firmen Bässe und spielte sporadisch auch bei Live Gigs von ALEX ORIENTAL mit. Horst hat die Freude am Spielen nie verloren und so zog es ihn immer wieder auf die Bühne.
Ab 1991 zeigte er wieder regelmäßig sein Können beim Re-Hendrix RANDY HANSEN. Seine Vorliebe aber galt nach wie vor BIRTH CONTROL, worin er - wie er selbst immer sagte - sein Lebenswerk sah.  Auf Horst's Drängen wurde die Band 1993 neu formiert und konnte bei den Fans ein grandioses Comeback feiern. Es folgten 5 Jahre mit  Tourneen quer durch Europa und Deutschland und 4 neuen CD's. Die Live CD "Condomium" wurde auf Horst's Label "Affengeil Records" verlegt. Auch während dieser Jahre tourte er gemeinsam mit Manni von Bohr und Randy Hansen. Am 28.2.98 stand Horst zum letzten Mal auf der Bühne. Schon gezeichnet von seiner Krankheit gab er das Letzte und wurde frenetisch gefeiert. An der Produktion zur CD "Getting There" wirkte Horst noch mit, bevor die Erkrankung seinem musikalischen Schaffen ein Ende setzte. Am 20.5.99 wurde er von seinem Leiden erlöst.

Freddy Santiago, LP Endorser, Super Percussionist und lieber Kollege.

Steve Morse

Steve Morse, heute bei Deep Purple

"Sgt. Pepper"

Christian Engel und Claus Fischer von der Beatles Revival Band und Joachim Lenk, Journalist und Autogrammsammler bei seinem 40. Geburtstag.

The Hot Band

Emmylou Harris & The Hot Band

Country Ladies

Sylkie Monoff & Emmylou Harris

Taking PicturesJJ. Cale


Lennox Lewis  &  Chas McDevitt


Conny Plank (R.I.P.), ein begnadeter Produzent und lieber Mensch


Drei Größen des Bluegrass

Ricky Scaggs, Tony Rice, Jerry Douglas

Cajun Music

Le Clou 1986, hier noch mit Yannick Monot

Pisa

Albert Lee (l.), Wayne Fontana (Mitte), Doris Troy in Pisa

Georg & Jo

Two wise men from Karlsruhe

Saufgemeinschaft Ronsdorf e.V.

"Die Zillertaler": Wim, Rosi, Fips, Liane und Jochen

Badnerhalle Rastatt

Georg und Buddy Emmons, Pedal Steel Titan

Endlich ist auch er dabei

Ohne Worte

Mr. Twangy

Duane Eddy, mein Idol in den 60ern, habe mir damals extra einen Fender VI Bass gekauft, um einige Stücke von ihm zu spielen. Lernte ihn dann endlich 30 Jahre später kennen, er saß plötzlich im Tourbus neben mir, bei einer Everly Bros. Tour.

Bewunderer

Julian Dawson und Duane Eddy

Rüdiger Helbig & Byron Berline at Rattlesnake Saloon

Byron Berline, eine amerikanische Fiddler-Legende

Joschi

Joseph Hastreiter (R.I.P.), Arrangeur, Komponist und hochgeschätzter Kollege aus Wuppertal

Bassist of Hogan's Heroes

Brian Hodgson ex-member of Compass & Fatso (which became Hogan’s Heroes) and eighties rockabilly rebels Matchbox. Brian has applied his many talents as both writer and producer to many great artists over a number of years including Shakin’ Stevens, Dennis Waterman, Johnny Halliday, Billy J Kramer, Sonny Curtis, Christopher Lee,  Kenny Rogers, Lonnie Donegan, Peter Sarstedt, Matchbox and Kirsty McColl. Brian co-wrote and produced a hit single for Manchester United "United We Love You" (and he doesn't care who knows it). He was involved with the acclaimed TV series Rutland Weekend Television with Neil Innes and Fatso, Eric Idle and George Harrison which led to the foundation of the spoof band The Rutles. Brian co-wrote and produced “Why do  I always get it wrong”, which was the runaway winner of Great Britain's Song for Europe 1989. More recently Brian has been producing Music for TV & Video. He has been seen recently performing with The Blue Caps, The Bobby Cochran Band and Mike Berry's Outlaws.

Ex-Mitglied von Compass & Fatso, die später zu den Hogan's Heroes wurden, sowie ehem. Gitarrist bei den Rock-Rebellen Matchbox Brian teilte seine vielen Talente, vor allem das Schreiben and Produzieren, über Jahre hinweg mit einigen großartigen Musikern wie z. B. Shakin' Stevens, Dennis Waterman, Jonny Halliday, Billy J Kramer, Sonny Curtis, Christopher Lee, Kenny Rogers, Lonnie Donegan, Peter Sarstedt, Matchbox and Kirsty McColl. Für die Band Manchester United schrieb Brian die Hitsingle „United we love you” (kümmert sich aber bis heute nicht darum, ob dies jemand weiß). Er war in der TV-Serie Rutland Weekend Television gemeinsam mit Neil Innes and Fatso, Eric Idle und George Harrison involviert. Brian produzierte und schrieb die Single „Why do I always get it wrong”, welche in Großbritanien als Song for Europe 1989 geehrt wurde. In jüngster Zeit produziert Brian vornehmlich Musik für TV und Video. Man konnte ihn noch vor kurzer Zeit mit Bands wie The Blue Caps, The Bobby Cochran Band und Mike Berry's Outlaws bewundern.

2 x Tony

Swami Prabhu Sharan (Tony Sheridan)

Tony Sheridan

2003 still on the road

"You know what I'm saying"

Tony Sheridan & Pete Best

Wir haben in Wuppertal und Baunatal zusammen abgerocktBeatles Revival Band - die Besten in Deutschland

BRB 2003 in Karlsruhe, Europahalle, geiles Konzert

Detlef, der Grieche

Georg & Detlef Höller, Gitarrist von Tony Sheridan Band, später bei Starlight Express

In Ulm

Christian Donfeld, Tony Sheridan Band, einer der besten Drummer, mit denen ich gespielt habe

Alter Freund aus Osho-Tagen

Premdas mit seinem Volleyball-Team SV 1845 Esslingen

Honky Tonk

Carl & Jamie spielen in Old Vegas in einer Bar für Touristen

Mr. Blues Harp

Steve Baker & Chris Jones, alte Kumpels aus den achzigern.

Bluesman Tom

Tom Shaka - Texas Blues at its best. Wir spielten im Film "Rockstar Tony Sheridan" zusammen den musikalischen Part.

From Tom Shaka, Norderstedt, Germany, Date: Tue, 2 Apr 1998

Dear Chancellor Broski:

I am a 45 year old expatriate American musician who has been living and performing in Europe since 1989. On a recent tour through Switzerland, I was approached by some young blues fans who were very concerned about the buying-up and developing of the old Maxwell Street neighborhood by the University of Illinois. The University obviously sees this as a form of progress. Those of us in the blues community, however, see it rather as destruction of an important cultural and traditional landmark.

I've been aware of the Maxwell Street issue for some time now. But when these young people approached and asked whether I would support their initiative by submitting a letter, I realized that it was my moral duty to do so. I have often been impressed and amazed by the knowledge of, and devotion to, the rich American cultural heritage and musical art form known as the blues which
many European fans have displayed. I've had the feeling for a long while that these American roots are more deeply valued and appreciated by many foreigners than they are by most Americans. Its very sad to see many of these important and valued historical landmarks being ruthlessly destroyed. In the name of what? Progress?

It seems to me that the priorities of modern day society are very much out of balance, when money and power become the Gods of society, indifferent (and even oblivious) to moral and ethical values and principles, then society loses. Chicago (Maxwell Street) is just one small but important example. There are many more. When vast stretches of the Mississippi Delta are transformed into giant gambling casinos, without regard for the cultural - historical background and musical legacy of the areas, society becomes a little poorer for it even though the money-flow in the area may have increased.

When entire neighborhoods, where many older folks had lived all their lives, were uprooted and destroyed just to make parking space for the Summer Olympics in Atlanta, society became a little poorer. In my estimation these things are crimes. They may be juristically legal and even have the blessing of the government, but that doesn't make it morally right.

I'm not denying that money has its place in the world. It most certainly does. Its a question of the right balance and priorities. We must learn that commerce isn't everything. Let us please preserve the last remaining blocks along South Halsted Street and along Maxwell Street, to be fixed-up for a historical district to honor Chicago Jewish History, the Great Migration from the Mississippi Delta, Mexican Immigrant History, and the Blues History of Chicago. I (we) appeal to your hearts and thank you for your kind attention.

Bluesingly,

Tom

Alte Haudegen

Tony & Tom

Hat das Grundgesetz vertont

Thomas Bierling, Pianist und Komponist

Steel Guitars 1998

Gerry Hogan war bereits Mitglied bei Country Fever und Heads Hands and Feet. lm Jahr 1980 trug er zum Erfolg der Rock'n'Roll-Band Matchbox bei. Regelmäßiger Gast ist Gerry bei der in St. Louis stattfindenden International Steel Guitar Convention. 1984 war er ebenfalls Mitglied bei Emmylou Harris' Hot Band, tourte mit ihnen auch durch die Lande. Er trug seinen nicht ganz kleinen Teil zum Everly Brothers Album EB84 bei und kam auch bei Tracey Ullman's "Sunglases" zum Einsatz. Hinzu kommen Riff Songs für das Sonny Curtis Album. Ein solcher Erfolg bleibt bei anderen Künstlern natürlich nicht unbemerkt. Die Nachfrage für Gastauftritte sowohl auf der Bühne als auch im Studio ist groß. So z. B. Ricky Scaggs, Jimmy Nail, Pulp, Wet Wet Wet, The Proclaimers, Mott the Hoople, Marty Stuart, Nanci Griffith, Dave Edmunds, The Woolpackers und viele mehr.

Western Union

John Heinrich ehem. Pedalsteeler von Western Union

Latino aus Hannover

Pitti Hecht, "Latin Percussion" Endorser und Musikerkollege aus den Achzigern

Schneenasen unter sich

Martin Cohen, Gründer von Latin Percussion und Ron Powell (Endorser)

Ernie Ball

September 10, 2004 - Ernie Ball, a legend in the musical instrument industry and founder of the Ernie Ball Company in 1962, passed away on Thursday, September 9 after a lengthy illness. A resident of San Luis Obispo, CA, he was 74 years old. One of the last great colorful entrepreneurs, he created products that helped shape the sound of rock'n'roll - endless hit songs have been played on Ernie Ball Strings since the 1960's.

Musik Studio Ronsdorf

Dave Roberts (Gibson) hat zweimal einen Workshop im Musik Studio gemacht.

Die Hallen kochten

The Original "Garden City Drifters"

Im Pub

Joe Cocker, Albert, Freddy Fender, After Show Party

Drummer of Hogan's Heroes

Peter Baron started playing the drums in the early sixties he has played many types and styles of music.
In the 1972 he became a member of Marty Wilde’s band where he first met Brian Hodgson. This band went on to become Fatso, and with the arrival of Gerry Hogan ultimately became Hogan’s Heroes.
During the seventies he was also working extensively in the recording session industry playing for radio, television, on films and with bands. 
He  made regular appearances on BBC Children’s television during the seventies and eighties, but eventually made the decision to give this up in favour of  live playing.
As a result of  his varied live and studio work  he has been fortunate  to play with many bands, orchestras and artistes, in styles of music as diverse as Charles Aznavour, Marvin Hamlish, Spike Milligan, Neil Innes, Ray Ellington, The BBC Radio and Concert Orchestras, Geno
Washington, B.A.Robertson, Leo Sayer, Dave Edmunds, Joe Brown,  Sam Brown, Lulu, The Three Degrees, The Nolan Sisters, Kit Hain, Elaine Page, Salena Jones, Cleo Laine and John Dankworth, The Bay City Rollers, David Allan Coe, Marty Stuart and Lonnie Donegan. He was a member of the Elkie Brooks Band in the late seventies, leaving to join American based band Night which featured Chris Thompson, Robbie McIntosh and the late Nicky Hopkins.
This was followed by a spell with English Classical Rock band Renaissance with whom he recorded two albums and toured both Europe and the USA.  Both Night and Renaissance enjoyed a lot of success in the USA.

He has been a regular performer at Gerry Hogan’s annual festival of pedal steel guitar, and continues to work with many of the finest musicians from both sides of the Atlantic.

Peter ist Drummer Hogan Heroes. Schon im Alter von elf Jahren begann er and machte sein Hobby später zum Beruf. In den siebziger Jahren beschäftigte er sich hauptsächlich mit Radio, TV und Film. Es dauerte nicht mehr lange, bis einige namhafte Bands and auch Orchester sämtlicher Musikrichtungen auf ihn aufmerksam wurden. So unter anderem Johnny Halliday, Charles Aznavour, Lulu, The Three Degrees, Cleo Laine, Leo Sayer, David Allan Coe und Marty Stuart. Ende der siebziger Jahre war er ein Mitglied der Elkie Brooks Band, verließ diese jedoch, um sich der Gruppe "Night" anzuschließen, die viel mit den Künstlern Nicky Hopkins, Chris Thompson and Robbie McIntosh zusammen arbeiteten. Danach folgte ein Rendezvous mit der Klassikrock-Band "Renaissance", mit denen er durch Europa und die USA tourte und bei zwei Alben mitwirkte. Sowohl mit "Night" als auch mit "Renaissance" hatte Peter in den Vereinigten Staaten Riesenerfolge. Er arbeitete mit den besten Kiinstlern diesseits und jenseits des Atlantik zusammen, einschließlich Buddy Emmons, Don Everly und Lonnie Donegan. 

Urgestein

Eine Hamburger Keyboard-Legende, Piggy Janach, er spielte ebenfalls in dem Film "Rockstar Tony Sheridan" mit. Seit Kurzem ist er "Schildkröte" in Olli Dittsches Serie "Eppendorfer Grill-Station", die mit dem Adolf-Grimme-Preis in Gold ausgezeichnet wurde.

English Drummer plays f...in' hard

Roy Dyke: Liverpool / Hamburg - es machte immer Spaß, mit ihm zu spielen. Weltklasse-Veteran-Schlagzeuger, der schon bei so berühmten Gruppen wie The Remo Four, die u. a. in den frühen 60ern mit den Beatles auf Tour waren, und mit Ashton, Gardner and Dyke, deren Song "Resurection Shuffle" 1971 ein Top-Hit war, spielte.

"Orange Blossom Special"

Jazzviolinplayer Michael Gustorff, ein Kollege aus den Achzigern

Kitzingen mit Albert Lee

Don Adams: Er ging später zu den Les Humphrey Singers.

Good bassplayer

Colin Hodgkinson's extraordinary talents on the bass guitar are still woefully underpublicized; his groundbreaking albums from the 1970s with Back Door, where the bass was played like a lead guitar (and was indeed the actual lead instrument), have always been difficult to find. On other albums with collaborators like Brian Auger and Spencer Davis, member of early Whitesnake, listeners have been teased with the occasional bass-only song. What a treat, then, to find a release that is in effect an entire album of bass solos. On songs like "32-20 Blues", "San Francisco Bay Blues" and "Sliding Delta" he chops his way through old blues numbers with nothing but a bass and his own voice, and the effect is startling. A few other songs, such as "Sons and Brothers" and "All Blues" are played as a trio. But, as the title indicates, it all comes down to his righteous bass riffs. This is, quite simply, an album that every bass guitarist should own.

Link's Musical Instruments Hanau

Mit Leslie Link habe ich in den 80ern gespielt, hatte immer die schönsten Gitarren, kein Wunder, denn er hat seinen ganzen Laden in Hanau voll davon.

After Show Party

Glen Campbell, Georg, Joe Cocker - After Show Party

Ikone der Sechziger

Jimmy Savile, BBC-Moderator (Top of The Pops)

Aero Freak

Klaus Weinem aus Wuppertal in seinem Great Lake Doppeldecker

Drei gute Kumpels

Ronny Prophet, Don Everly, Albert Lee

At Albert's home in Calabassas 1982

Gerry Conway, Albert Lee, Barbara, Georg (v. l. n. r.) in Calabasas

Albert 1982

Mal schauen, ob die Gage schon da ist.

"Makin' believe"

Emmylou Harris is one of my country music idols ...

... as well as the dream gal of millions of country heart-song enthusiasts worldwide. She made her debut in the early 1970s as the protege of alt-country pioneer Gram Parsons. After Parsons' death in 1974, Emmylou took up the torch, not only of his legacy, but of many of the older, traditional country acts that he had turned her onto. At a time when the Nashville establishment was riding high on the overly-sophisticated "Countrypolitan" sound, Emmylou brought back the simplicity and wonder of country's golden years, reviving songs that had been hits for George Jones, the Louvin Brothers, and others. She also has helped dozens of musicians get a foothold in the country scene, either as songwriters or performers. Guy Clark, Townes Van Zandt and Rodney Crowell all had songs on her early albums. Rodney also toured with her as a member of her late-'70s Hot Band; other alumni include Ricky Skaggs, my old Friend Albert Lee, Barry Tashian and -- more recently -- alt-country songwriter Buddy Miller.
Known primarily as a song stylist and interpreter of other people's work, Emmylou has gradually
emerged as a songwriter herself. Her musical style has changed, as well, becoming more ornate and pop-oriented, to the delight of some, and the dismay of others. Regardless of where you stand on the aesthetics of Emmylou, her role as a major influence on both the alt-country and neo-traditionalist scenes is profound and undeniable. 

Outlaw Willie Nelson

When Bob Dylan wrote "he who is not busy being born is busy dying", he could easily have been talking about Willie Nelson. Although Nelson is one of contemporary music’s few genuine icons, the 70-year-old singer, songwriter, guitarist and actor remains a restlessly creative soul. And like the proverbial phoenix, he has continually renewed his artistic vision throughout a career that spans more than 55 years, 400 albums, and literally countless miles on the road.

Rock'n'Roller

Ronald M. Hahn spielte in den Sechzigern bei den Snobs aus Wuppertal, Mitbegründer von NOVA und zuständig für die Story-Redaktion und den Vertrieb, wurde 1948 in Wuppertal geboren, erlernte den Beruf des Schriftsetzers und ist seit 1977 professioneller Autor, Übersetzer und Herausgeber. Hahn war von 1970 - 1982 Herausgeber der Zeitschrift Science Fiction Times sowie der Taschenbuchreihen Fischer Orbit (1972-1974) und Ullstein Science Fiction (1982-1988). Er veröffentlichte Jugendbücher, SF-Romane, Literatur- und Filmlexika, Kurzgeschichten, Reportagen und Glossen und wurde sechsmal mit den Kurd-Laßwitz-Preis ausgezeichnet.

Summer 2003

Guido, der Weltenbummler, Ex-Drummer von "Lisa and the Flying Bs", aus denen später die berühmten "Lisa und die Caprifischer" und dann wieder die "Flying B's" wurden

Las Vegas Airport

Emory Gordy & Albert Lee on Willie Nelson Tour 1983 Las Vegas Airport

Lear Jet

Willie Nelson in seinem Flieger

Chris & Georg

Chris Farlowe und Georg vor einem Gig mit den "Thunderbirds" in der Colston Hall Bristol 1965

Chris Farlowe's real name was John Henry Deighton and he was born on 13 October 1940. Before forming The Thunderbirds in 1964 he'd played in a number of skiffle acts including The John Henry Skiffle Group. The Thunderbirds were reputedly a first rate R&B band, one of the best on the circuit in the mid-sixties, but they got little recognition at the time. They featured a certain Albert Lee on guitar who went on to play in several other bands including Heads Hands and Feet, Joe Cocker and The Cock'n'Bull Band and he also had his own studio-only Albert Lee Band in 1975. Their organist Dave Greenslade also went on to greater things with The Ram Jam Band and Colosseum.

After a one-off release for Decca, Air Travel, passed largely without notice, The Thunderbirds released some first rate R&B singles for EMI's Columbia label, which were ideally suited to Farlowe's powerful rasping vocal style. The rarest and most sought-after of these is Buzz With
The Fuzz, which was withdrawn shortly after its release because EMI objected to some of the mod slang in the lyrics. Following this Farlowe released Stormy Monday Blues under the pseudonym of Little Joe Cook on the Sue label. At the time everyone thought the 45 was the work of an obscure black US blues singer.

Chris Farlowe & Band

Silver Meter Tourbus von Chris Farlowe & Band

1964

The original Thunderbirds

John Henry Deighton

Chris Farlowe 1965

Gut, ne ?

Steckbrief Hermann Lammers Meyer
geboren am: 07.12.52 in Aschendorf
wohne jetzt in: Aschendorf
gelernter Beruf: Reedereikaufmann
Hobbies: good old Country Music
musikalisches Idol: Buddy Emmons, George Jones,Willie Nelson ...
habe in ehemaligen Bands gespielt: "immer" Emsland Hillbillies ...
spiele noch in weiteren Bands als Session-Musiker in diversen Formationen sowie Studioproduktionen
spiele folgende Instrumente bei den Emsland Hillbillies: Pedal Steel Guitar, Harmonica, ein bisschen Banjo

"Bonnie & Clyde, Sonny, Yeah Yeah"

Georgie Fame

Although he briefly took piano lessons at the age of 7 it wasn't until the advent of Rock and roll that young Georgie Fame began to take the piano seriously.
Fats Domino, Jerry Lee Lewis and Little Richard were all catalysts in the development of Georgie's Career. He left school at the age of 15 and Georgie's leisure time was spent playing piano in various pubs and with a local group, "The Dominoes".
At a holiday camp in 1959 Georgie was spotted by Rory Blackwell, who offered the young singer / pianist a full time job. When Rory and the Blackjets returned to London, their hometown, Georgie went with them.
In October that same year Georgie Auditioned for impresario Larry Parnes for the Marty Wilde Show, and was promptly hired as backing pianist for the Parnes "stable" of singers.
In 1962 "Georgie Fame and The Blue Flames" became resident at the Flamingo Club in London.
1963 produced their first album - "Rhythm and Blues at the Flamingo".
The 70's and 80's proved even greater success for Georgie Fame. Among others the hit single "Rosetta" was produced. Fame also co-produced and performed with Annie Ross on the album "Hoagland", which featured music of the legendary Hoagy Carmichael. A tribute to Benny Goodman followed in 1983. Later in the 80's Georgie joined forces with Van Morrison. Their relationship flourished and continues to do so to date.
In 1990 Georgie signed up with producer Ben Sidran of "Go Jazz" records and the first album "Cool Cat Blues" was released in '91, featuring Van Morrison, Jon Hendricks, Boz Scraggs, Steve Gadd, Will Lee, Robben Ford, Richard Tee and Bob Malach.
The 90's produced a number of albums, which included similar musical company. So far, there have been over 20 albums and fourteen hit singles. Georgie is equally at home in the company of Jazz Groups and Big Bands, Orchestras,Rock Groups and his own band, The Blue Flames.
Spring 2000. A new Georgie Fame album entitled "Poet in New York" produced by Ben Sidran for the "Go Jazz" label was released. The selections included great jazz standards, some lesser known titles and some of Georgie's originals. Accompanying Georgie were David Hazeltine on the piano, Peter Washington on bass, Louis Hayes on drums and Bob Malach on tenor sax.
Among his musical influences and heroes, Georgie names Fats Domino, Ray Charles, Mose Allison, The Duke, The Count, Thelonious Monk, Betty Carter, Peggy Lee, Jimmy Smith, Booker T, Chet Baker, Johnny Griffin, Jon Hendricks, Eddie Jefferson, King Pleasure and Sonny Rollins.

Cheers !

Malcolm, friend and fan of the RDs

Freunde der Rolling Drunks

British Rock Band "Granite": Richard, Neal, Martin, Ivan, Andy (v. l. n. r.)

Neal and Horst in action

The Rolling Drunks

After rehearsal

Horst Jabs, a "Rolling Drunk" at Rhein Radar

Sounds great

Mark, ehemaliger Toningenieur der Rolling Drunks

Huch !

Angelo, Road Manager der RDs

Langer Tisch Wuppertal 2004

"Stalker", unsere Support-Band beim Stadtfest "Langer Tisch" in Wuppertal

Immer noch on tour

Gary Brooker: He is the unforgettable voice from Procol Harum. Everyone who has heard "A whiter shade of pale" (who hasn't ?) will agree. He started his career in Paramounts (1961-1966) forming this band in April 1967. He was in the band until their breakup in May 1977. He has been recording his own solo albums, as well as playing live with some all-star lineups (Ringo Starr, Bill Wyman, etc.). In September 1979, he joined Eric Clapton band (with Albert Lee, Dave Markee, Chris Stainton, Henry Spinetti - one album, Another Ticket, 1981). Of course, he's present in every incarnation of Procol Harum. He also plays in Tim Renwick solo album.

Sir Gary Brooker

Die Queen ehrte am 12.12.2003 Gary Brooker für sein soziales Engagement. Brooker darf sich dann "Member of the Order of the British Empire" nennen. Er fühlte sich gleichermaßen überrascht und geehrt. In einer Presseveröffentlichung sagte er: "Das kam unerwartet. Nach 40 Jahren Spielen und Singen auf internationalem Niveau hätte ich eher eine Medaille für "einfach da sein" erwartet."

Waren 1963 schwer angesagt

Rocking Berries

Old folks

Fairport Convention

Mit seiner Band Never Ends

Werner Schott, ein alter Musikerfreund aus Solingen

"Don't Ha Ha ..."

Good old Casey Jones: Es war immer chaotisch, aber hat Spaß gemacht, mit ihm unterwegs zu sein.

Governors

Casey mit seiner Band, Festhalle Karlsruhe 1988

Gute Freunde

Jump'n'Jive aus Wuppertal: machen sehr guten Mainstream Rock.

Band Members

Rock all over the world !

"Mylord"

Georges Moustaki, mit ihm hatte ich in Paris eine Studio-Session, war outstanding.

R&B Allstars

Pete York, Chris Farlowe, Colin Hodgkinson, Miller Anderson

R&B Allstars

Pete York, Tony Ashton, Miller Anderson, Zoot Money, John Lord, Colin Hodgkinson

sanyas friend

Kitaro

Cheers to all !

Stone Alone Bill Wyman During his time away from the Stones, Bill has been very busy with other activities. From writing music to writing books, Bill has not had much spare time to relax !

Altogether

Bill Wyman and his Rhythm Kings

London 2003

Vorne : Chas Hodges, Bruce Welch, Albert Lee, Chas McDevitt
Mitte : Dave Peacock, Bert Weedon, Bill Wyman, Roger Rettig, Paul Henry,
Roger
DeGelby
Oben : Joe Fagin, Brian Hodgson, Joe Brown, Brian
May

Some of the UK’s top musicians and entertainers turned out to say goodbye to a real troubadour and ambassador of the music industry: Lonnie Donegan

"Get your kicks on Route 66"

Asleep At The Wheel - Ray Benson und seine Boys, Cajun, Country Swing.

Hot Band 1978

Emmylou Harris Hot Band: John Ware, Glen D. Hardin, Albert Lee, Hank DeVito, Emmylou, Emory Gordy Jr., Rodney Crowell (v. l. n. r.)

James Burtons stint as lead guitarist came to an end when Albert Lee joined the band. Albert Lee saw Emmylou at a club called the Laguna Bowl in early 1976 and Emmylou planned to ask him to join the Band when James Burton left. This plan was accelerated when James Burton fell ill with flu and Albert Lee first played with The Hot Band at The Branding Iron in San Bernadino in February 1976.

Supertolle Cajun- und Zydeco-Musik

Yannick Monot - Cajun und Zydeco

Wir waren 1985 auf Europa-Tour

Christine Albert & Chris Gage.                                                       Singer/songwriter Christine Albert drew on both her family's European heritage and the musical legacy of her adopted home state of Texas to create her unique sound. Born and raised in upstate New York, Albert moved to Santa Fe, NM, at the age of 16 and began to pursue a career in music. After settling in Austin in 1982, she became a fixture on the area's club scene, but did not release her first LP, You Are Gold, until 1990. Her next LP, 1992's Texafrance, was a bilingual affair that explored her family's French roots while seeking a common ground between the music of Patsy Cline and Edith Piaf. Released in 1993, The High Road marked a renewed focus on straight-ahead country, a trend further developed by 1995's Underneath the Lone Star Sky.

1999

Chris Gage, Christine Albert, Oscar Abelli, Glen Kawamoto = Boxcar

Texas Trio

With his warm, warbling tenor voice and folksy, friendly approach to both his music and his audiences, Jimmie Dale Gilmore is an easy guy to like. His music is a rich blend of traditional country, folk, blues, and rock styles, and his lyrics reflect both his philosophical interests and his inherent down-home nature. Since moving to Austin, TX, and reviving his career in the 1980s, Gilmore has in many ways come to represent the current Austin music scene - its rootsy mix of country, rock, and folk music - the way Willie Nelson once reigned as king of the town's cosmic cowboys in the 1970s.

Eisi

Michael Eisermann ( Mitte ) - mit ihm gründete ich "Duck Stop", eine starke Country-Rock-Band. Wir tourten u. a. mit Christine Abert durch halb Europa und hatten noch eine Menge vor, aber es kam, wie immer im Leben, alles anders. Michael hat heute seine eigene Band, "Michael and the Bandits", keep on country ! 

In Wyoming

SylkieBig Monoff BeDeaux, a native American Indian

Listen to the wind...It talks...
Listen to the silence...For it speaks...
Listen with your heart...
And you will learn and understand.



Eden Studio

Eden Studio London:
Unten: Hasy Rischmann, Dave Pegg, Gerry Conway, Georg
Oben: Jo-Ann Kelly, Albert

Ernie Ball Factory

Newport Beach, Ernie Ball Factory:
Brian Ball, Angelika, Scotty, Barbara, Georg, Sterling Ball

Hollywood actor and musician

Sherwood Ball's vocal credits, both singing and voice-over, include Toyota, Cadillac, Coors, Coca Cola, Poltergeist, Hymn of Asia, Nightmare Before Xmas, Wayne's World, Demolition Man, Lead Vocalist in Opera, "Hymn of Asia", Three Dog Night, Hollywood Rock'N'Roll Revue, Jay Graydon Allstars, Gumbo, Biff Baby's Allstars, McDonalds, Nintendo, Starburst, Walmart and Kraft Cheese.

Carl on drums

Carl Palmer  Born Carl Frederick Kendall Palmer in 1950, Carl developed musical interest at an early age, as his grandfather was a drummer and his grandmother was a violinist. His father sang and played the guitar and the drums, his mother played various instruments, and his older brother played guitar. He became interest in classical music and started his drum studies at the age of 11. His greatest influences were jazz drummers Buddy Rich and Gene Krupa His first professional band was The Mecca Dance Band. He joined "King Bees" when he was 15 and "Chris Farlowe and the Thunderbirds two years later. By that time he was already known as an incredibly speedy and precise drummer. He also played with "Crazy World", but his first really famous band was "Atomic Rooster". After that, he was convinced to join ex-King Crimson Greg Lake and Keith Emerson to form the well-known progressive rock band "Emerson, Lake and Palmer". They became one of the most famous bands in progressive rock, but disbanded in 1979. A few years later, he joined Steve Howe Geoff Downes and John Wetton forming Asia. It was a tremendous success, but there were also problems among the members. John Wetton left and was replaced by Greg Lake and Steve Howe left later, being replaced by numerous guitarists. In 1988, Carl left the band and formed a trio named 3 with Keith Emerson and Robert Berry. They disbanded the following year. In 1990, Palmer joined another line up for Asia, but while he was there, he was asked to join ELP again. They're recording and touring until now.

Eric & Chris im Flamingo Soho

Eric Burdon & Chris Farlowe at Flamingo Club in 1965

Gerry Conway

Gerry was born in King's Lynn, Norfolk, England on the 11th September 1947. He attended secondary school in London where he played drums in various school bands and was offered a place in the Chico Arnez Orchestra, but his parents wouldn't allow him to take up the job. He was thirteen at the time. Leaving school at sixteen, he went to work at EMI Records before joining one of their signed bands playing Carribean Music. He later worked for about a year with the legendary father of British Blues, Alexis Korner in 1964. In 1968 he joined with Trevor Lucas in Eclection, a folk/rock band and worked with Sandy Denny of Fairport Convention fame in the band Fotheringay.
The rhythm section of Fotheringay was hired by Cat Stevens, and Gerry went on to be "Steve's" regular drummer from the "Teaser and the Firecat" album, until the official and regrettably permanent retirement of Cat Stevens in 1975.
After working for a couple of years in the USA in a new but unsuccessful band with Gerry Donahue, he went to renew old acquaintances backstage at a Tull gig in LA, and within a few weeks was to fly to the UK to work on a new Tull album, "Broadsword" which was released in 1982. Gerry toured with the band in that year and has subsequently played on Tull tracks from time to time, notably on the "Crest of a Knave" album in 1987 and the single, "Part of the Machine" in 1988. He most recently worked on the title track of the 1999 Ian Anderson solo record "The Secret Language of Birds" and also performed on Since leaving Tull in 1982, he has also worked, amongst many others, with Richard Thomson, The McGarrigle sisters, John Martyn and Pentangle; usually on a regular basis, since most acts would agree that that special something which Gerry brings to the party requires to be heard and enjoyed again and again. He now has taken up the drum stool vacated in the Fairport Convention lineup by Dave Mattacks and seems set to tour with them for sometime to come.
Gerry smokes like a chimney, used to drink like a fish and, happily, still plays drums like……well……Gerry Conway.

Jack Daniels war auch dabei

Frie, Albert, Karen, Gerry in Calabasas 1984

Keep on country

Don Hugo's Country Rocker aus dem Allgäu

Dritter von links

Thomas Sand mit seinen "Pilspickers" aus Dortmund

Neffe von Eddy Cochran

Bobby Cochran brings his Rock Around The Clock Review show back to the Normandie Showroom for two great nights of nostalgic rock'n'roll. Tickets are available at Normandie box office or Normandie Casino's website.

Ronnie

Rainer Blennemann (R.I.P.) war immer ein wenig durchgeknallt, aber ein guter Freund.


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