Bratislava, November 26 (TASR) – The legendary German band Scooter celebrates 25 years on stage in the Slovak capital. Within the 100% Scooter 25 Years Wild & Wicked Tour, a concert will take place in the Bratislava National Tennis Center on March 23, 2019. TASR informed PR leader Lucia Slováková.
Scooter loosens it and during the big show, all the hits like the charismatic shutter of H. P. Baxxter and his two teammates will uncompromisingly fit into the ears and legs of their fans. Hyper Hyper, Fire, How Much Is The Fish ?, Ramp! (The Logical Song), Nessaja, Maria (I like it high) and move your roll! They will sing along with everyone who has had the whole quarter with one of the most successful European bands they have ever seen in dance and electronic scene.
"I'm excited to be able to go to Bratislava for so long," he said. says frontman H.P. Baxxter adds: "Hyper Hyper Wicked in Slovakia, and I think we'll unpack it! The last time we went to Bratislava in the late 90's and it was great. We all look forward to another great independent show where we, along with our fans, celebrating our 25th anniversary. Scooter is in strong shape and we go through our entire career at the concert and it will surely play all the biggest hits. "
Last September, the two-album Scooter Forever launched, and before Christmas they surprised the original adaptation of Scoot's hits on the 100% Scooter Piano Only album, with one of Olga Scheps most exciting German classical pianos.
The band presents a total of 30 million sold cars, 90 gold and platinum albums for sale, 24 hits in the top ten. Thousands of concerts around the world, thousands of fans, continued energy and crafts using state-of-the-art techniques, and last but not least, humor and supremacy, sebaironi's ability, all that Scooter has had worldwide for a quarter of a century. The Predator of the Bratislava concert will be Slovak DJ Mark VOSS.
Scooter formed on the basis of the synthesis band Celebrate the Nun, which was organized in 1986 by H. P. Baxxter (own name Hans Peter Geerdes) and Rick J. Jordan. In 1989, they met in Hamburg with Jens Thelom, who first established the Loop Remix Group and in 1993 Scooter. The well-produced and all-around project blends happy hardcore and hard trance elements based on a sophisticated stage show with many light and pyrotechnic effects and, of course, the charisma and speech to frontman H. P. Baxxter. Typical for the older recordings of the band was also the use of mutated frequency distorted voice.
Source: Teraz.sk, news portal for TASR