Open Air "Auf die Ohren" www.aufdieohren.com
Photos by: Katrin Wagner, Heiner Imdahl, Hartmut Springer © www.blende-64.de
Henry, Grant, Phil and Nick
Phil during "The Old Nickelodeon Sound"
Nick, Phil and Henry during "The Old Nickelodeon Sound"
Henry and Phil ;-)
Sometimes it gets a bit foggy...
Henry and Phil
Henry and Phil
Phil and Nick during "Karma Chameleon"
Henry and Nick during "La Cumbia"
The audience ;-)
The "Full Monty"...
The end of the show
A Glass Of
One Drink Too Many
Give Me Shakespeare
The Old Nickelodeon Sound
Vera From Veracruz
Mack The Knife
Girls Girls Girls
Grant's Moment (Drum Solo)
The Full Monty
Can't Take My Eyes Off You
Newspaper article extract about the concert:
Funny, also slightly eccentric and
bizarre, but diversified was the top act of the evening: SAILOR.
The band is on the road in the original line-up apart from singer
Nick Parvin. And apart from enjoyable music (sometimes it
literally makes you swing and sway) a whole lot of fun. A
performance with a high entertainment value. Additionally to
guitar and drums the self-invented Nickelodeon was used, but also
mandolin and accordion. The band also lived up to its name when
they appeared in nautical outfits and with sailor-hats during a
playback version of "In The Navy". And began to do a
striptease, which was mercifully interrupted before anything
serious happened. Some of the "Girls, Girls Girls"
seemed disappointed, though...
Musically, "Mack The Knife" stopped by, and also the song "Karma Chameleon" got played. SAILOR-keyboarder Phil Pickett was co-composer of this song, as he proudly mentioned.
Before and after the show:
The place of the event
Katrin, Christel and Heiner