Klangwerk on KKUP 06-02-23
featuring the music from Germany, Austria and Switzerland.
„Musik ist die schönste und zugleich die einzige Sprache,
die überall auf dieser Welt verstanden wird.“
– Johann Wolfgang von Goethe (1749–1832)
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What a find online: The Stendal Blast live concert in San Francisco from October 2005. I didn't know that it was even recorded and available online until now. Back then I was able to convince the German Consulate General San Francisco and the State of Northrhine Westphalia to bring the band over here to promote the Fifa World Cup cities in NRW, Dortmund, Gelsenkirchen and Cologne. It was a great concert, although the audience could and should have been bigger. But it was a lot of fun and is for sure a great memory in the Radio Goethe history.
Check it out here, before the concert started I was DJing, the concert itself starts at one hour and 49 minutes into the recording:
I couldn't believe it myself, but Radio Goethe turned 25 in November of 2021.
One of the most influential German bands are crossing the Atlantic again.
After touring the big stadiums in Europe, Rammstein are coming over the big pond to fill some big venues over here:
KMFDM are bringing the ultimate beat all over the US.
30 years ago, the fall of the Berlin wall changed the world. The year 1989 was an amazing year full of hope, ideas and the will for change. Listen to this special Radio Goethe show about 1989 and the fall of the Berlin wall.
Flashback Show...10 years ago in April 2009 I had a special about the amazing Berlin based musician Gudrun Gut on "Radio Goethe Magazine". I think, her music is timeless, so here it is again.
With "Wunderbar Together" Germany celebrates its close connections to the United States. And Radio Goethe is part of this celebration, presenting you several music stories that are transatlantic bridges. You can listen to them right here.
Eisbrecher's lead singer Alex Wesselsky talked in Fürth to Radio Goethe reporter Nina Pauler. You can find the interview right here.
The Deutsche Welle has put together a list of 100 German-language books - with an English translation - you should (have) read.
Danielle de Picciotto & Alexander Hacke are going to tour in December and January once again throughout the US. Don't miss them, fantastic music and amazing live performers.