Marius Müller-Westernhagen: Singer has to cancel his performance at short notice

Marius Müller-Westernhagen: Singer has to cancel his performance at short notice

Marius Müller-Westernhagen had to cancel his appearance in Stuttgart at short notice. But there appears to be no reason to worry.

Marius Müller-Westernhagen (75) had to cancel his sold-out concert in Stuttgart’s Schleyerhalle yesterday (May 21st) “at very short notice for health reasons”. announced by the artist. Regarding the singer’s canceled performance, it says that there will be no rescheduled date and that “tickets can be returned to the ticket office where they were purchased.”

There is also good news from the music star: other concerts from Marius Müller-Westernhagen’s “75 Live” tour have not yet been affected by the cancellation “and can probably take place as planned,” the statement also explains. “Artists, management and organizers very much regret the short-term cancellation and hope that the fans will understand.”

Lots of disappointed fans

In the comments on the post, numerous fans are disappointed by the short-term cancellation of the appearance, but there are also many well-wishes for Marius Müller-Westernhagen. The artist released a new album at the end of last year to mark his 75th birthday on December 6th.

On “Westernhagen 75 (75 Songs / 1974 – 2023)” the singer presents one song from his 28 previous albums for each year of his life, in chronological order and at least one piece from each album. The journey through time extends from his hit debut “The First Time” to his late work “Das einer Leben”, which was created in 2022 under Corona conditions. All the big hits from his later albums, such as “Mit Pfefferminz bin ich dein Prinz”, “Mit 18”, “Let us live”, “Freiheit”, “Sexy” and “Willenlos” are also collected in the compilation. Marius Müller-Westernhagen’s “75Live” tour started in May.

Source: Stern

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