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Andreas Gabalier talks about a close friend’s stroke of fate! “Tennis ball-sized blood clot”

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It’s finally back, the folk rock’n’roller. pop star Andrew Gabalier is playing his first big tour since the corona pandemic. On Saturday evening (July 23) he stopped at the Sparkassenpark in Mönchengladbach (NRW).

Despite the exuberant joy of the stage comeback Andrew Gabalier also time for emotional moments – and not only with his songs. In Mönchengladbach he unpacked a dramatic story.

Andreas Gabalier in Mönchengladbach – Volks-Rock’n’Roller talks about a stroke of fate

There was dancing, laughing, crying – Andreas Gabalier’s concert in Mönchengladbach was an emotional rollercoaster ride. And the story that the Volks-Rock’n’Roller revealed to his audience fitted in perfectly.

Guitarist Mathias Roska was hospitalized five years ago suspected of having a brain tumor – a real shock for Andreas Gabalier, his family and the team, reports the 37-year-old.

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Andreas Gabalier – Back to Live Open Airs 2022

  • Berne, July 2nd
  • Mera, July 7th
  • Berlin, July 16
  • Moenchengladbach, July 23
  • Mörbisch Seebühne, July 29th
  • Munich, August 6th
  • Kitzbuehel 19/20. August



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Andreas Gabalier reveals tragic history on stage: “And today is the anniversary”

“Thank God when his head was cut open it was ‘just’ a tennis ball sized blood clot that apparently grew over many years and then was taken out. All’s well that ends well,” he reports on stage. Cheers erupt in the audience.



But why is he telling that exactly in Mönchengladbach? “Thank God this tragic story has a happy ending. And today is anniversary. We toasted shortly afterwards in the cloakroom at 6 p.m. Health is and remains the most important thing in life,” explains Gabalier.

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Mathias Roska survived the operation well and quickly returned to the stage after rehabilitation – without any lasting consequences. (fs)


Source: Derwesten

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