| "Over seven bridges..." The success story of rock'n'roll
The reading & concert with blues, rock'n roll, top-class songs and fascinating stories from the successful Karat biography by Christine Dähn "Über sieben Brücken musst du gehn" to mark the 45th anniversary of the band KARAT.
The new program of the rock scene expert, author & presenter and rock musician & songwriter about 45 years of stage magic of the super band Karat. The world-famous song "Über sieben Brücken musst du gehn" made this extraordinary band famous. Christine Dähn wrote the anniversary book of the same name about the successful band, which became a bestseller. Thomas Natschinski, the master of piano and harmonica, played keyboards with Karat for four years and is at home in the musical world of Karat. With top-class songs, blues and rock'n roll, he delights the audience in the concert reading and Christine Dähn with exciting, poetic and hilarious stories from the lives of the Karat musicians, who fascinated East and West with their songs such as "Albatros" and "Der blaue Planet".
Christine Dähn was the star presenter of the youth program DT64 and hosted, among other things, the most famous East German hit parade "Metronom".
After reunification, the journalist became famous with her TV program "d ä h n über d e n", in which she portrayed over 100 celebrities, including Senta Berger, Iris Berben, Peter Sodann, Ursula Karusseit, Walter Plathe, Sabine Christiansen, Ulrich Pleitgen, the inventor of the Sandmännchen, Justus Frantz...
She wrote the biography "Damn, who invented the piano" about Thomas Natschinski. Radio Eins launched the series "The return of the radio legends" and invited radio legends. Christine Dähn was there like: Thomas Gottschalk, Frank Elsner, Steffen Hallaschka, Hugo Egon Balder, Carmen Thomas.
Thomas Natschinski, rock poet, songwriter and film composer, has written over 500 songs for the best performers on the scene, such as Veronika Fischer, Gaby Rückert, Jürgen Walter and the most beautiful love song of the GDR "Berührung" and the world song "Clown sein". Mary, alias Georg Preusse and Harald Juhnke loved and covered this song. He composed over 150 film scores and the most successful show of the Friedrichstadtpalast Berlin"Wunderbar- die 2002. Nacht".
He can be heard as a multi-instrumentalist and singer with brand new songs on his CD "5 0 1".