On stage: two big letters, an A and a Z, in between an oriental music machine, an American-Taiwanese guitar, a leather suitcase from Phantasia. In front of the stage: children of today, yesterday and the day before. Hall lights off. Stage lights on. Who steps up to the microphone? A new pop star in glittery clothes? Nope. An old acquaintance with his old hat. He doesn't yell: Hey Dortmund!!! Are you in a good mood? He might say, "Glad you're here!" A zigzag ride begins, from the beginning of the world to the magic song and - of course - to the encore, at least across the alphabet. With 26 of his own hits and completely new songs, Gerhard Schöne sings and plays his way through the 26 letters this afternoon. Sometimes with Lucio's car, sometimes in grandpa's boat, or a yogi's flying carpet, through real and invented countries, through old familiar and brand new songs. In 26 songs we sang, laughed and reflected together.
"All must start small, let some time pass. It just has to gain strength and finally it's big." Gerhard Schöne