's Oliver Marsh in
Dinslaken, Germany - 15 November 2019

Event: Rock Classic Allstars
Location: Weihnachtsmarkt Neutor

Photos by: Knut-Olaf Müller ©

SAILOR captain Oliver Marsh sang at the Christmas market Neutor - a "Rock Classic Allstars" event - in Dinslaken, Germany, on 15 November 2019. Here are some impressions (many thanks to Knut-Olaf Müller):


Captain Oliver Marsh boards the Christmas market Neutor

With their distinctive Nickeloden sound Georg Kajanus, Henry Marsh, Philip Pickett and Grant Serpell - better known as the band SAILOR, celebrated big musical success in the mid 1970s. Their most successful LP over here, "Trouble", alone remained in the German charts for 40 weeks in 1975 and reached number 3 of the best-selling albums at that time.
Although without the theatrical stage shows and the "custom-designed all-purpose machine, the constituents of which were two upright pianos, two synthesizers, mini organs and glockenspiels all mechanically linked and contained within a wooden frame" (Henry Marsh) known from TV appearances, but instead with an extraordinary opera voice, captain Oliver Marsh - son of SAILOR co-founder Henry Marsh - took the audience at the Christmas market Neutor on a (unfortunately way too short) time travel to the 1970s on Friday evening in Dinslaken. In addition to SAILOR evergreens like "A Glass Of Champagne", Give Me Shakespeare" One Drink Too Many", "Stiletto Heels" and of course "Girls Girls Girls", Oliver Marsh especially impressed the audience with his moving "Con To Partirò".

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