Entertainment restrictions due to the pandemic: Udo Lindenberg suffers from his stage break

16:05  14 january  2022
16:05  14 january  2022 Source:   spiegel.de

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he has never felt so clearly how vulnerable the audience was: because of Corona Udo Lindenberg had to cancel his tour. The stage abstinence is "hardest withdrawal," the singer.

  Einschränkungen wegen der Pandemie: Udo Lindenberg leidet unter seiner Bühnenpause © Axel Heimke / Picture Alliance / DPA

Udo Lindenberg Handertes with its pandemie-related stage abstinence. "I've never felt so clear in the many years when I make music music, how supervises the audience is for me," says the singer to the mirror. It is "hardest withdrawal". A similar forced break, he had at most to his drinking times (read here more how the concert industry suffers from Corona).

»When we had to cancel the tour 2020, that was bad for us. I knew what grief triggers in many souls, "says Lindenberg. Sometimes band members would have written him: Today we would be in Berlin. Or: We settled in Leipzig on the stage.

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Unlike many artists, Lindenberg did not occur in the Corona period. Concerts in the AutoCino , as they gave Tim Bendzko or Nena , did not force them for him. "Small locations make stress. Tough thousands of people had stood on the street, in the hope, but still somehow come in. The black market prices would be exploded. I do not want to do that anyone. "

also Streaming Concerts can not win Lindenberg:" I miss the direct energy connection with my panic family. The spirit, the force between stage and audience. The bright eyes, the theater of the crazy, the magic night magic night. Only cold cameras, that's not for me. "

end of May Lindenberg's next tour begin. "That must be that will be. If everything would have to be canceled again, it becomes too dark in the world. "

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