Bayern-3-dorffest: concerts for head and belly

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Bayern-3-Dorffest: Concerts for head and belly

Hans von Draminski

With partly spectacular light shows the bands – here Revolverheld – backed their concerts at the village festival. © Hans von Draminski

BUBENHEIM – One can be of divided opinion about the radio station Bayern 3. But one thing cannot be denied: Pop festival can the makers of the family wave. And really good.

That the new power woman of pop rock, Alice Merton, had the inherently thankless opener job in the afternoon was due to her tight schedule. After all, she had to sing her first hit "No Roots" at the Village festival day also had to perform at the "Puls" festival of the BR youth radio station, which was also organized by the Bayerischer Rundfunk. And a few newer songs too.

No problem for the energetic 24-year-old with the giant voice and the multinational lifeline, who writes her own music and comes across the ramp not only very energetic, but also very approachable. Alice Merton knows how to make the spark jump over to thousands of people within a few seconds, even if they are – as is actually the rule at the village festival – not die-hard rock fans. You will hear more from this singer.

Mega party in Bubenheim: Alice Merton and Co. at the Bayern-3-Dorffest

The radio station Bayern 3 is known to have its own cover combo: the "Bayern 3 Band" plays well-known pop earworms so close to the original that there’s little to be missed. Which also has to do with the crazy fun that the radio crew has tangibly during their role change, which has long become routine. And which it passes on in largest looseness to the public.

The duo "Glasperlenspiel", in Treuchtlingen with a big band on stage, shows that there are still a few more turns on the imaginary fun dial. Lead singer Carolin Niemczyk and her keyboard partner Daniel Grunenberg from Stockach have made a name for themselves with songs like "Geiles Leben" or "Royals& Kings" have become permanent guests in the German-language charts and, with their international approach in the best sense of the word, are pleasantly different from the whiny crybabies of the new German wave of consternation. No rhyme-you-or-eat-you lyricism, but gentle mockery and spot-on observations of everyday life, packaged in sing-along tunes without an expiration date.

Johannes Strate and his boys of "Revolverheld" can do that, too, of course. With the difference that songs like "Hold on to me" or "I’ll leave the light on for you" have long since become anthems of the Thirtysomething generation (and not only them). Texts in which a lot of people recognize themselves, which causes real applause storms.

Samu Haber and his band "Sunrise Avenue" get it before the first note is played. Actually, the Bayern 3 crew wouldn’t have to promote the Finns, who are as witty as they are skilled in rock music, as massively as they do at the anniversary village festival, because the casting show judge and exceptional singer Samu Haber has long had an extremely loyal and enthusiastic fan base in this country, which also provides the personnel for the front row of the audience in Bubenheim.

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