(machine translated) Concert - Stoppok with band jubilation tour 2020
Haus der Jugend Barmen by Wuppertal Barmen at
Real, ever-increasing visitor numbers and thus full concert halls instead of 100 million
followers in the virtual world. This is the pleasing result of 30 years of living
Rock'n Rolls. Each concert is unique and guarantees sample and loop-free. Real
Sound instead of fake noise has always been the motto. Whether Solo, in a duo with Reggie Worthy
or Tess Wiley, with the band or the contemporaries to whom new
Musicians from all over the world join, STOPPOK concerts are always a happening
of a special kind.
From March again with the proven band, with which also the last 3 albums were recorded
were on the road nationwide. The combo consisting of the long-term accomplice
Reggie Worthy on bass, American drum legend Wally Ingram and
the multi-instrumentalist Sebel, here primarily at the Hammond organ and the
Wurlitzer Piano and of course STOPPOK himself on everything that has strings and with its
unmistakable voice, is one of the most brilliant live acts that our republic
has to offer.
Here you get a full body treatment with satisfaction effect of the note 1 plus.
The heart bounces, the brain dances and the body has to watch how it copes with it,
which in most cases succeeds visibly and above all audibly. Cheers!
Germany's most stubborn indie songwriter also sings on his new studio album "JUBEL"
the truth and nothing but the truth. He sings against superficiality, power and
greed, the zeitgeist and the lack of heart formation, and this with growing
Enthusiasm and original and at the same time more relaxed than ever.
STOPPOK not only redefines the status of the protest singer, but also dusts off
the concept of the storyteller. He describes the present more than aptly and
takes a very separate position between the current frustration and hope in a
positive future. One could say that the more disorienting and valueless the times
the clearer STOPPOK becomes.
Live it will be a special pleasure for him and his band, besides songs of the new
Albums, also a cross-section of the previous 17 albums to present.
The good thing: everything fits and grooves. The stories in between are just as much part of it
like extensive solos that revive the energy of the 70s. That's where Sebel plays his
Hammond with his feet or sits so skilfully on it that it's also good
Sounds! Reggie Worthy, the master of bass who as a young man made his craft at Ike &
Tina Turner has also repeatedly surprised with spontaneous insoles, which
Make the audience cheer, like Wally Ingram, once with people like Sheryl Crow
or Tracy Chapmann, who performs the most curious percussion, starting with
Steel helmets to warming containers, in a very special way, but always funky,
Photographer: Robert Grischk
EUR 37.00 at the box office
EUR 32.00 in advance
Young ticket from 14 years until the age of 19.
EUR 10.00 at the box office
EUR 8.89 in advance
All prices plus any pre-sale fees