Roland Kaiser: “Kaisermania” in Dresden – his concert ends with a bang
Dresden – a city celebrates its emperor! It was just midday on Friday (July 29) and the sun was beating down on the parched banks of the Elbe. But the hard core, the Roland Kaiser-Ultras, if you will, didn’t seem to mind. They persevered. Waited in the heat. On their Roland Kaiser.
“I always find it exciting and thrilling that people go through this effort. That makes me humble,” Roland Kaiser told this editorial team shortly before the first of six Kaisermania concerts this year, which were completely sold out. It was taken from him immediately. Schlagerstar had three years Roland Kaiser have to wait for that day.
Roland Kaiser celebrates the start of “Kaisermania” live in Dresden
And this humility, of which the now 70-year-old spoke, was also noticeable during the concert with every note. From the very beginning Kaiser put his musicians in the foreground, when he returned to his favorite place of work he kept mentioning the names of the ladies and gentlemen who supported him on stage and thanked them from the bottom of his heart.
A real team that, together with the fans on the banks of the Elbe in Dresden, merged into one during the two and a half hour concert. With songs like “Joana” or the second song of the evening “I think it’s going on again” you heard the fans almost more than the Kaiser himself.
Roland Kaiser: His next concerts in NRW
- November 20, 2022 – 7 p.m. – Düsseldorf PSD Bank Dome
- 03/03/2023 – 8 p.m. – Oberhausen Rudolf Weber – ARENA
- March 4th, 2023 – 8 p.m. – Cologne LANXESS arena
- 05.03.2023 – 7 p.m. – Dortmund Westfalenhalle
But he managed to create an atmosphere that was almost indescribable even without the very loud tones. Perhaps because the environment also played its part. While in the background the Frauenkirche was slowly being plunged into darkness by the setting sun, the Kaiser immersed his fans in collective bliss.
Roland Kaiser: His concert in Dresden ends with a bang
“Everything you want”, “Checkmate”, “Extreme”, “Tell me when” or the Willie Nelson classic “To all the girls I’ve loved before”, which Kaiser sang together with his band member William King .. , the man with the always elegant blue suit left his fans in ecstasy. An ecstasy that had to end with a bang and did.
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At 10:30 p.m. sharp, the rockets took off in the direction of the summer sky in Dresden, while Kaiser quietly, almost melancholically, finished the farewell song “Bis zum Gemeine Mal” together with his audience. It was a promise. From both sides.